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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by Thomas Edison, Aug 4, 2018.
Back in the day, AMD processors used to have physical differences in processors binned for underclocking. There was a visible laser cut on the chip that people used to connect via pencil lead.
AFAIK there hasn't been a teardown of a Non-P AWD Model 3 so we have no 3rd party confirmation that the rear motors are identical. Physical proof does give a certain peace of mind to people, even if it's just a photo of the part number being the same.
The confirmation the motors are the same is the vin is the same for p and regular awd
If the motors were different the vin would be too
The output difference is software. (Which is even more obvious given the epa numbers say the p only adds 30 horsepower which clearly isn’t the difference shown in actual acceleration)
People need to start accepting this and getting over it.
Or they can go tear apart a brand new $60,000 car just to find the same parts I guess.
Btw here’s electrek reporting on the p pics
Where they’re saying the same thing-
Take a first look under the Tesla Model 3 Performance