Elon Musk: First Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor Performance has rolled off new assembly line
According to a confirmation by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, the first Dual Motor Performance version of the Model 3 electric car was recently rolled off the automaker’s new assembly line in Fremont. The roll off of the first Model 3 Dual Motor Performance has come nearly one month after Tesla unveiled the electric car’s new Dual Motor and Dual Motor Performance versions.
In confirming that the new Model 3 assembly line in Fremont is now up and running, with the “first Model 3 Dual Motor Performance” having just been produced, Musk has also released an image which shows the Performance Model 3 off the assembly line.
The image released by Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk shows the red brake callipers of the Performance Model 3 version, as well as its new white interior, which is being made available by Tesla for the first time in the new version.
Moreover, going by the details of the Performance Model 3 shared by Musk in May, the new version will be equipped with the same motors as the Model 3 Dual Motor version. Musk also said that the Performance version boasts a 310-mile range, and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in merely 3.5 seconds. The new model with dual motor has a top speed of 155 mph.
Furthermore, Musk had also announced the Model 3 Performance version comes with 20-inch Performance wheels; and had asserted that the vehicle will have the ability to “beat anything in its class on the track.”
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