Exploring the Tesla Model 3 Interior

Exploring the Tesla Model 3 Interior

The classic gauge cluster is now frequently replaced with a totally digital display in current cars, although Tesla was one of the first to do so. The typical gauge pod is totally removed from the Model 3's interior, leaving an empty space behind the steering wheel. The car's primary command screen now houses all the important data, such as speed, mileage, and range.

Inside the Tesla Model 3

The Model 3 is already aware that you are en route. The car recognizes the driver as they approach the vehicle thanks to an app on a smartphone. As soon as you sit in the driver's seat, the Model 3 unlocks its doors and switches on. You just need to set the car in the position using the lever on the right side of the steering column, and you're ready to go.

Use the guest key card instead of the Tesla app

Imagine you need to lend a good friend your car and they don't have the Tesla app. In situations like this, you can use the Tesla Model 3 guest key card, similar to what you would find in a hotel. To unlock the doors, the user need only tap the card on the pillar of the vehicle (near the driver's door).

Tesla Model 3 Key Card

The Model 3 starts when your guest places the card on the middle console inside. In the interim, you can keep an eye on everything they do using the Tesla app on your phone. With this method, you can even open the doors for them, which is useful if they have a full hand. The cameras on the Model 3's fenders, doors, and even within the cabin allow it to constantly scan its surroundings. By the way, the cabin camera is watching you while you drive.

The Screen is the Oracle

The majority of the Tesla Model 3's essential information is housed on the infotainment screen, but most of the controls are also located there. If the mirrors or the steering wheel need to be adjusted, simply use the screen. The function must first be turned on from the infotainment screen before you can use the two rotary knobs on the steering wheel to control it. The car's central command screen can also be used to turn on the headlights and wipers. The driver can access a variety of features and information via the screen. For instance, Tesla used Google Maps as the inspiration for its own navigation system. Locating the supercharger network is also useful.

The Model 3 is always online (a data subscription service may be necessary), thus it is aware of whether or not there are supercharger stations nearby. As a result, the system may be updated over-the-air, a technology that Tesla also invented and that enables for continual system improvement. You may download apps and games to pass the time while parked and waiting for the car to charge. You could also install Netflix or YouTube on that screen so you can watch your preferred online movies or TV shows. 

Tesla Model 3 Infotainment Screen

Large Cabin with Plenty of Cargo Space

Electric vehicles typically have more passenger and cargo space for a given size point since they don't require as much mechanical hardware as gasoline vehicles. Tesla demonstrates this with the Model 3, a compact sport car that is roughly the same size as a BMW 3 Series but has a significantly larger interior. The Model 3's spacious, well-lit, and breezy sensation up front is a result of its minimalist dashboard design, large windshield, and polarized glass roof. Visibility is also nearly excellent all around.

A key factor in the Model 3's superior head and leg room is its fully level floor. The Model 3 divides its storage area for cargo into two areas. There is a conventional trunk in the back and a frunk (front trunk), which replaces the location of the car's internal combustion engine, in the front. These two compartments add up to 649 liters of cargo capacity total, which is significantly more than a BMW 3 Series (481 liters).

In a nutshell

These are the best features of the Tesla Model 3 interior and offer these advantages:

  • Glass roof, minimalist dashboard, and a sizable windshield contribute to the sense of being well-lit, airy, and roomy.
  • The central command panel has a clean layout, lots of cool capabilities, and is simple to understand.
  • There is no need to struggle with a key fob or a starter button because the automobile comes on when it detects your proximity.

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