Tesla Model 3 Sedan – Interactive 360 Degree Renders (Update)

MAY 13 2016 BY STEVEN LOVEDAY 10

Tesla Model 3 – Part 1
by Virtual Studio
on Sketchfab

Tesla Model 3 Sedan
by mike
on Sketchfab

Thanks to Sketchfab we can now see the Tesla Model 3 rendered at any angle using the website’s Tesla Model 3 Interactive Viewer. The options here are literally endless.

Tesla Model 3 Render (via Sketchfab/Virtual Studio)

Tesla Model 3 Render (via Sketchfab/Virtual Studio)

Update: Added a second (above top), and also pretty nifty, Sketchfab render (Thanks to Electric Vehicle Guy for the heads-up!)

The Model 3 is set to begin production in mid-2017, in order to get the first vehicles on the road by late 2017 and into 2018.

The car was unveiled by Tesla at the end of March, but we were told that this was only round one of the process. There is still little known for sure about final design and details regarding the highly anticipated car that grabbed 400,000 early reservations.

Sketchfab's Interactive 360 Viewer Allows Users To See The Tesla Model 3 At Limitless Angles

Sketchfab’s Interactive 360 Viewer Allows Users To See The Tesla Model 3 At Limitless Angles

Check it out also at the links below and see the Tesla Model 3 however you desire!

Source: Sketchfab – Virtual Studio (top) Sketchfab – Mike,

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10 Comments on "Tesla Model 3 Sedan – Interactive 360 Degree Renders (Update)"

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Nice find…will add that one into the story as well! /thanks

Foo

Why? It’s terrible… the front end is about twice as long as it is supposed to be. It looks like a bad Matchbox model.

Aaron

It’s a hell of a lot better than the first one.

This one looks a look funny. The car seems distorted.

The one linked to by EV Guy looks a lot better although it appears they re-did the front end a bit.

Agreed – it is close but no cigar …

Chris O

So that’s two failed attempt to 3D render Model 3. The race is on to get it right…

Priusmaniac

A white page! So what?

Foo

These renders are awful.

Lindsay

You can view the 3d tesla model in augmented reality using Augment. There is a plugin for sketchfab.