What Separates Tesla Model 3 Performance
Following the entry-level set of a few Tesla Model 3 Standard Range variants including Dual Motor boosted up version and the Plus version the Performance and Long Range Performance stepped in next as the top-of-the-line solutions.
How Performance as the ‘little brother’ of the Model 3 flagship – Long Range Performance differs from the more budget range of Standard Range can easily be seen in the technical varsity.
Mentioning specific metrics, the comparison between those 2 segments within the Model 3 lineup will be all about the motor and the wheel drive, as well as the speed and acceleration. First off making it already different by having an AWD instead of RWD, then the quickness kicks in as Performance gets to a 60 mph mark in impressive 3.4 secs, the range is also an improved metric here – to a soldi 310 miles which makes it a fulyly premium solution for anyone regardless of the distance they’re going to travel to. All those are a major step-up from single-motor Tesla Model 3 Standard Range and Plus lineups.
This makes it, also considering the full-premium interior finish a solid choice for a 4-door AWD 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.