Tesla Model 3 Recently Spotted On The Highway In Blue!

Apr 10, 2017 05:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban

Tesla Model 3 was recently spotted as it was testing on the highway and its in blue! More and more information is made available which heightens the excitement leading to its official launch. Many were treated with the sight of Model 3 comfortably cruising down the highway of Northern California.

There was a short video which Elon Musk, CEO showed capturing the nose being redesigned to look more conventional and the Tesla Model 3 interior being as simple and as uncluttered as it can get. In addition to these advancements, it is sure that it will come in bright blue paint job which is similar to that of Model S and Model X. The blue paint job is a good addition to the black, silver, and red previously captured before. This is also shown in the tweet below by @TESLARATI:

The recent video (which is seen below) shows the Tesla Model 3 in actual movement as it was on the highway. This video captures most of the exterior details of the Model 3 as it had different angles of it in motion. The video may be short, but provides in-depth information on the Model 3. Watch the video by OMG_Tesla below:

Also, it is recently reported that Tesla Model 3 will only have a center screen. It is a big center screen as expected but unlike that of Model S and X, it looks like horizontal tablet stuck to the dash. Some of those who got to view it like Model S and X with the screen in vertical appearing to be integrated with the rest of the car particularly did not like the center screen of Model 3.

Tesla also said that beginning April 2, 2017, it delivered a total of 25,000 vehicles in the first quarter. There were approximately 13,450 Model S and 11,550 were Model X. This was a 69 percent increase as compared to the first quarter of 2016. However, even with Models S and X being widely delivered to different parts, it is all about the Tesla Model 3 now.

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