I just wanted to take a second to really address the re-designed airflow/HVAC system in the Model 3 and share my thoughts on what seems to simply be of a point of interest for most rather than recognized for what it truly is: a marvel of ingenuity and design. The climate control in the Model 3 is OFF THE CHARTS! It’s a wonderful little surprise. I’m sure that most of you already know that the vents are really just two slots that push air toward each other, and that effect can be dynamically adjusted on the display to control precisely where the air goes. So for instance you can make the air directed above your head so it doesn’t feel like AC is blasting your face, you just feel cool. Basically you just set the temp and forget it; the system manages getting to the desired temperature on its own (nothing new here, but the directional airflow is critical to the feeling of ease the Model 3's CC provides). While all HVACs are noisy when you bump up the fan speed, I find that's not really necessary to do so in the 3 due to the highly futuristic airflow controls. Tesla has done something no other manufacturer has (again), they've reinvented climate control in cars (not just EVs) - this is a first for the entire car industry. I find with the 3 that less is more when it comes to fan speed and dynamic directional airflow is where more manufacturers will trend toward moving forward. It's truly a remarkable innovation in the industry; so simple yet so beneficial, the way it should be. I can’t believe how much I love this “feature" - more people should be talking about it! (note: a portion of this post was copied from my reply to another thread here).