Tesla has stated that UK consumers may anticipate the facelifted Model 3 in late January. The Model 3 has been available for purchase in Rear Wheel Drive and Long-Range configurations since October, following its public premiere at last year's Munich Motor Show.
The Model 3 has been a major success in the UK, becoming not just one of the most popular electric vehicles, but also one of the most popular automobiles in general. It has had to play second fiddle to the newer Model Y SUV in terms of sales over the last two years, but Tesla is now hoping that the 2024 facelifted version, with its pretty broad range of upgrades, would give the Model 3 a boost.
When the Model 3 debuted in 2019, we deemed it worthy of the Car of the Year honor. Since then, Tesla's electric small executive vehicle has faced stiff competition from the Hyundai Ioniq 6, BMW i4, Polestar 2, and newcomers like as the planned Kia EV4 and BYD Seal.
The Rear-Wheel Drive begins at £39,990, with the range-topping Long Range priced at £49,990. Customers in the UK will receive their facelifted Model 3s on January 27th (the same date that UK test drives will be available), and the first thing they will notice is the new car's improved external look. Tesla claims that the automobile remains "true to its sleek, uncluttered design aesthetic." There are slimmer headlamps and a redesigned bumper in the front, which helps lower the drag coefficient to 0.219, the lowest of any Tesla to yet. The back has new C-shaped lights, 'Tesla' badging across the bootlid, a faux rear diffuser, and a redesigned bumper.