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A Model 3 owner in Lehigh Acres, Fla. is teasing excited reservation holders with a listing on car rental marketplace Turo. Unfortunately, the car is currently listed as “disabled,” a designation the site offers when a car is unavailable for “an extended or unknown length of time.”
The listing says preference is given to reservation holders, as to “give them an idea of what their vehicle could possibly be.” The owner also offers some performance stats for the car – “0-60 MPH in 5.1” and a range per charge of 310 miles.
The car is listed for $166 per day. See the full description below.
I will be temporarily renting out my Tesla Model 3 prior to moving to another city. I wanted to give a luxury experience with my vehicle to prospective clients who have placed their reservation for the Tesla Model 3 and give them an idea of what their vehicle could possibly be. 0-60 MPH in 5.1. Range per charge is 310 Miles. Vehicle has been delivered recently and has ceramic coated with gun metal wheels and chrome delete. 3M tinted windows for less heat penetration as the summer months in Florida are pretty brutal. Full panorama glass window for the best lighting experience paired with ambient lighting on the interior for dimmed night display. I would like responsible customers using my vehicle in the meantime while enjoying a rare chance at taking home the Model 3. Please also understand that AutoPilot is not activated at this time to reduce any errors while driving as we all still maintain a Class E license and self driving is not yet available. Orientation of vehicle is also available. I am certain you will enjoy it!