Dec 12, 2016 10:14 AM EST
Tesla Model 3 Update: New Interior Images Appear
Various interior images of the Tesla Model 3 have appeared online. Once again, Tesla has car enthusiasts talking about their latest model.
According to Value Walk, the Tesla Model 3 does not have the traditional instrument cluster which is a standard for all cars. This means owners of the vehicle will have no choice but to take a look at the center console whenever they want to check their current speed and remaining range. This will prove to be a little dangerous because they have to take their eyes off the road for a few seconds.
There was no reason given as to why Tesla decided to oust the instrument cluster from its latest model, the Tesla Model 3. There are those who believe there is no need for it because cars are automated and don't really require the presence of drivers these days.
The images also reveal the lack of air vents in the Tesla Model 3. However, a Tesla engineer did refer to the car's HVAC system as a "really unique ventilation system without traditional vents but only a single slot."
There is also a rumor popping up that the "Tesla Model 3" will feature a heads-up display on the windshield but it is not known whether it is already in the car when it is purchased or will be an add-on option for those who want it. For all those who are worried about the latest car model of Tesla, its CEO Elon Musk assured that everything will make sense in the end.
According to Business Insider, Tesla Model 3 is not expected to launch until late 2018. It looks like they are making every effort to satisfy high levels of preliminary demand and fill orders for the product so customer satisfaction would be at an all-time high.
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