What Separates Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor Long Range
Talking about the Standard range as a whole, having the pressure of launching first and being the truly entry-level variant, it does not dissapoint neither in functionality nor in comfort. Tesla Model 3 Standard Range can proudly compete with its more premium brand competition in Tesla Model S P100D circa 2018-9 in terms of both performance and comfort, let alone leave most other EVs be less functional and more prciey.
What makes the Dual Motor variant stand out truly is obviously in the name- as compared to the first one it does deliver a mightier punch to its driving capabilities.
Mentioning specific metrics, the comparison between the Tesla Model S sedans and all other ones in the range that has preceeded it will be the speed and acceleration. Speeding to a 60 mph mark in 4.6 secs, the range is also an improved metric here – happy middle-groundish 245 milest that is perfect for either traveling the city or suburbs or even close interstate trips on the regular. Both are a major step-up from single-motor Tesla Model 3 Standard Range and Plus lineups.
A very universal yet affordable 4-door RWD sedan that has it all – the tech, speed, boost and range, not mentioning a great cubic capacity of the trunk with a 425 l cargo volume. Smaller all in all than what a 5-door Tesla Model S sedan is but at a much smaller price considerably.
Surely when discussing an EV the charging capabilites are crucial.So back on this just as important topic of recharging, the Model 3 battery pack across all variants takes 30 to 60 minutes of charging if above 20% and around 7 hours with a 7kw/h empty to full.