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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by Fusion, Jul 19, 2017.
Oo I see map pockets on the doors...... they need to add this to the S.
lol, off topic but i love your profile pic.. hahaha... too adorable =P
I can see it now -- tomorrow's scoop:
"Recent spy photos have revealed that Tesla has quietly included door map pockets on its lower-cost Model 3 line, something the company has deemed unnecessary on its flagship Model S due to its on-board navigation system. The likely conclusion is that, as part of its cost-cutting and "anti-selling" campaign, the $35,000 Model 3 will not have a navigation system and owners will be expected to use traditional paper maps instead."
So many sightings now it is hard to keep up. Here is the best photo of the back seats I've seen, credit model 3 FB group.
So that's where my luggage fits..
Also looks like it might be rear door pockets too (can't tell from lighting, it can also just be the color of the inserts).
More speculation: would there be drop down middle armrest in the rear seat.
Vents for back seats passengers is nice. Not a given for all vehicles in this segment.
People have said that there was in the alpha car.
DOOR POCKETS!!!!! AC!!!! USB PORTS!!!!! DRINK HOLDERS!!!! You go ELON!!!! WEEEEE!!!!
I can't tell if there are rear cup holders...
Guessing they are hidden under the USB ports.
seeing the door handles, is the operations the same as MS?
Legroom in the back looks tight.
Coming from my Chrysler 300, any (other) car looks tight. Also driving now Mini and Beetle, anything looks wide as first class.
"The left seat has been pushed back to its max by the driver before ejecting out of the car. You can make that out from here and here "
How do you open the door from the inside? Doesn't look like there is anything to pull?
I believe there's a thumb push button near the top of the grab handle where it joins the door panel (it's black and looks like a shadow in the photo of the rear seats).
Our Hyundai has cup holders in the fold down centre armrest. It's a good use of space in my opinion.