On August 31, Tesla Inc. presented a freshened version of its Model 3, which has sometimes been referred to as Model 3 Project Highland, in Norway, ahead of the 2023 IAA 2023 show in Munich, Germany.
The front fascia of the new Model 3 is sleeker, part of a package of aerodynamic improvements that enable it to travel up to 629 km (WLTP) on a single charge.
The new Tesla Model 3 adds an in-house developed audio system and an all-new interior featuring ventilated seats, ambient lighting and a rear-seat infotainment screen.
The suspension system and stabilization system have been improved, as well as new door hinges, locks, and latches to create a stronger side structure.
The car is equipped with front and rear double-layer acoustic glass, with soundproof glass also used for the front and rear side windows.
Tesla's websites in China, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, as well as Europe, are showing the new Model 3 for order, with deliveries expected by the end of 2023 in some markets and Q1 2024 for others.
(Tesla website and other sources on August 31, 2023)