First units of Tesla Model 3 Performance version for test drive fleet arrive at US stores
As part of Tesla’s efforts to expand its Model 3 test drive fleet deployed at the US stores, the first units of the Model 3 Performance version for the test drive fleet have started arriving at the stores across the country.
The arrival of the Performance version -- which comes with a spoiler and dual motor badge -- for test drive fleet in US stores will give potential buyers the option to take a close look at the Performance version and test drive it.
According to reports, the early production units of the Model 3 Performance version will, for some undisclosed reason, will be available without the spoiler. However, the owners of the Performance version will be able to have the spoiler shipped to them by the company, and have it installed their local service center.
Meanwhile, the badge which indicates the Performance version of Model 3 is a ‘Dual Motor’ badge, essentially specifying that the vehicle has two motors. The badge also underscores a ‘Ludicrous Upgrade’ of the Model 3.
With regard to the availability of Model 3 Performance version, some reports have revealed that Tesla Motors has produced a few units of the version for customers, and will likely deliver those units in the coming days/weeks.
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