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Mat’s in the driving set of the all-new Tesla Model 3, and he’s about to find out just how different it is from the previous generation.

But first up, let’s take a look at what’s changed. When it comes to the design, there are slimmer headlights up front as well as a big central vent in the bumper. There are new alloy wheel designs as well as some specially designed tyres for the car, and around the back, there’s a set of new taillights and an updated bumper. So all-in-all it looks pretty similar, but Tesla claims this is the most aerodynamic car you can buy from its range, which helps with its efficiency!

As a result, the new Model 3 can travel further than the old car. It Long Range edition comes with the same 75kWh battery pack as before, while the Standard Range keeps the same 57kWh pack. However, the range on the Long Range car has now been increased from 374 miles to 423 miles! The car also comes equipped with two motors to produce 490hp and 490Nm.

On the inside, there are a number of new features. The seats now come with ventilation, and there’s an LED light bar that runs along the side doors and across the dash. The stalks have also been removed from the steering wheel, with indicator buttons now added to it.

All-in-all the price remains pretty similar, so you’ll still be likely to pay around £42,000 for an entry-level Model 3. But is it worth it?! You’ll need to stick with Mat and see for yourself!

00:00 Intro
00:21 Old Model 3 Tests
03:15 New Model 3 Driving
12:06 Performance Stats
14:02 New Features
16:21 Price & Release
17:38 Efficiency
18:55 Back Seats
21:06 New Model 3 Tests
23:05 Verdict

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