Saturday, 12 August 2017 () Tesla Model 3 buyers deserve a heads-up display. Picture this: you're driving around an unfamiliar town, perhaps while on summer vacation. You're trying to navigate to your hotel while also being mindful of local speed limits. Your Model 3 tells you both your directions and speed on its massive, center-mounted touchscreen, but dang, you have to keep looking to your right to find that information, thereby taking your eyes off the road. Not only do these quick glances endanger you, the driver, but your passenger, as well, along with pedestrians and other drivers. A heads-up display, which projects images onto your windshield, could remedy this situation, but alas, your Model 3 features essentially no interior hardware, just a single,...
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The Tesla Model 3 has officially begun rolling off the assembly line, but the car will see a staggered launch. Specifically, the Model 3 in production today is... MotorAuthority - AutomotiveAlso reported by •autoevolution
The first few Tesla Model 3s are already out there in the hands of their new owners, and yet any first-hand opinion on the vehicle is yet to hit our ears.... autoevolution - AutomotiveAlso reported by •Proactive Investors