Tesla Model 3 - Review, Specs, Pricing, Features, Videos and More

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Find everything you need to know about the Tesla Model 3 here, along with expert reviews, specs, photos, videos and more.


Affordable, easy to use, the segment standard


Cheap materials, questionable build quality, struggles to hit range figures

Bottom Line

With the latest round of price reductions, the Tesla Model 3 makes a strong case for itself as a friendly, ubiquitous EV sedan.

Hyundai Ioniq 6 Vs Tesla Model 3 Comparison

It had to be done. We had to drive the Tesla Model 3.

It's the brand that's brought up whenever we test any electric car. And one of the most impressive EVs we've driven this year has been Hyundai's Ioniq 6. Taking all the bits of the well-loved Ioniq 5, and shoving them under a new, streamlined sedan shape, it boosts range along with a more refined driving experience.

Yet the Tesla Model 3 is the compact electric sedan of the past six years, the best-seller you see dang near everywhere. The Model 3 sets the bar—so can Hyundai’s slippery four-door clear it?

Read the full comparison here.

Hyundai Ioniq 6 vs Tesla Model 3

BMW i4 vs Tesla Model 3: Which EV is Right for You?

The BMW i4 vs Tesla Model 3. Two of the most direct competitors in the EV segment today.

Each model offers little less than the very latest in electrified tech and upscale design to win over the dollars of shoppers who are increasingly interested in making the switch to electric.

The popular Tesla Model 3 has been around since 2017. The BMW i4 is a new-for-2023 model that recently made its debut. The Model 3 is Tesla’s entry model, and the i4 is the most affordable all-electric in BMW’s current lineup.

Though these two machines target similar shoppers and preferences, they do so in different ways. Below, we put the BMW i4 vs Tesla Model 3 side by side to compare their key features and capabilities. The goal, to discover where these machines are the closest and the furthest apart.

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Detailed Specs

MotorSingle Motor / Dual Motor
Power271 hp / 425–455 hp
Torque310 lb-ft / 475–487 lb-ft
DrivetrainRWD / AWD
TransmissionSingle-Speed Automatic
Efficiency (city/hwy)118–138 MPGe / 107–126 MPGe
Cargo Capacity 19.8 cu ft

Our Final Verdict

Tesla Model 3



Quality and Styling6.0
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