Official EPA Estimate Released for Tesla Model 3 Performance

The Tesla Model 3 Performance All-Wheel Drive (AWD) recently received an official EPA estimate of 303 miles in the United States. This variant also qualifies for the Inflation Reduction Act’s (IRA) federal tax credit of $7,500.

Notably, the Performance version boasts a top speed of 163 mph and can accelerate from 0-60 mph in a swift 2.9 seconds. The Model 3 Performance’s standard paint option is Stealth Grey, while Tesla offers Pearl White Multi-Coat, Deep Blue Metallic, and Solid Black for an additional $1,000.

Furthermore, the option of Ultra Red paint costs an extra $2,000. When it comes to wheels, the Performance variant comes with Tesla’s Summer Tires 20” Warp Wheels.

Customers can also opt to purchase Tesla Full Self-Driving (FSD) Capability for an additional $8,000. On the other hand, the Tesla Model 3 Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD) starts at $38,990, offering customers a more budget-friendly option.

Meanwhile, the Long Range AWD variant is priced at $47,740. Notably, the RWD variant arrives with All-Season 18” Photon Wheels and an EPA estimated range of 272 miles.

For an extra $1,000, customers can also purchase All-Season 19” Nova Wheels with the RWD model, offering an estimated range of 248 miles. Concerning the Long Range AWD, it boasts an EPA estimated range of 341 miles using the standard All-Season 18” Photon Wheels.

Furthermore, with the All-Season 19” Nova Wheels (an additional $1,000), the range estimate is reduced to 305 miles.

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