New spy photos for the highly anticipated Tesla Model 3 continue to dominate the web prior to its official launch. The latest images reveal the new electric vehicle looks different from the previously teased design.
The Tesla Model 3 prototypes have been spotted in various spots. The latest spy photo reveals three units of the new sedan were on the queue at an intersection.
Compared to the design previously revealed by Elon Musk, a few redesign can be spotted. More prominently changed is the design of the wheel where a more aerodynamic enclosed theme is visible. The front end has been slightly redesigned too. The air intakes get a little revision too.
Furthermore, the spy photos show some similarities to the new Model 3 with its siblings. The charging spot has been integrated into the taillight, identical to the Model S and X.
Meanwhile, another batch of spy photos has floated from a certain Reddit user youyouxue. Apparently, he spotted the Model 3 at the San Mateo SuperCharging center.
The spy photos also showcase the interiors of the new electric car. One of the photos reveals the interface of the new model, where a huge touchscreen display is located on the center console. Another photo unveils the steering wheel with its scroll balls.
Moreover, the glass roofing of the new electric car has been documented. There is also a photo of the charging flap that appears to be in a manual system.
In addition, a photo showing the autopilot system has also been posted. It also shows the presence of a rain sensor.
The batch of spy photos also included an image showing the full front cabin. The Ethernet wires are noticeably exposed, probably from the car testing.
The side panels of the new Model 3 can also be seen from the spy photos. It can be observed that there is a sharper contouring on the side panels.
With the massive galleries of spy photos, it seems that the upcoming Tesla Model 3 is ready to make its grand debut. Speculations say the new electric vehicle will most likely come out this July.