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Model 3 Trunk with Rear Seats Folded Down

Discussion in 'Model 3: Interior & Exterior' started by nikeykid, Aug 5, 2017.

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  1. nikeykid

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    Yeah but is it a Tempurpedic?
     
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    Also 126 MPGe combined according to the photos. Wow.
     
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    I'm waiting for a custom foam model 3 molded one. ;)
     
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    The back headrests didn't look foldable, but somehow it doesn't seem to get in the way of folding the seats flat. Curious how that works.
     
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    You just deflate them.
     
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    So the fuel cost savings is ~75% vs BMW 3-Series? Am I thinking about this right?

    Why would anyone buy a 3-series again?!
     
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    #9 scaesare, Aug 6, 2017
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    There was a thread with a pic of the back headrests folded, with a comment that it was nice to be able to get them out of the driver's way... so I suspect they do. Not sure if seat or rear-decklid mounted though.

    EDIT: Not on the decklid: Back Window Pic. Man they sure don't look foldable.
     
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    On the S you just have to make sure the front seats are far forward enough for the swing. You can usually put them back a bit again after folding since the backrest tends to be angled (depending on the seatee).
     
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    What does that translate to in terms of wH per mile?
     
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    Probably just the rear center headrest can lower/raise, for visibility
     
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    WOW. The trunk space is much better than I thought it would be.
     
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    Question to current Tesla owners, do you still use the rear view mirror for rear visibility? or do you use the rear view camera? or a mixture?
     
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    Because the S is a hatchback, the rear window is too small to be of much use.
     
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    Mirror, camera as secondary.
     
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    Cool, if only it was a hatchback...

    Wait, if the glass roof prevented a hatchback, why can the car have a hatchback if you get the metal roof?
     
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    It isn't the option, front, glass roof that prevents it, it is the overly large rear glass that prevents it. (And gives the ample rear headroom.)
     
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    For me, always have the rear view camera image at the top of the center display, mirror is secondary.
    Model 3 trunk access looks great for a non-hatchback vehicle.
     
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    I've never owned a sedan, so it just looks like a weird little tunnel to me.

    As long as a bike fits I'm good.
     
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