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Pictures of production Model 3s

Discussion in 'Model 3' started by TEG, Jul 7, 2017.

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  1. pdx_m3s

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    Love the wheel choice. I'm also looking at Enkei TS-Vs. What offset are those?
     
  2. silentcorp

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    Thanks, I love them! They are 18x8.5 front and back.
     
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    (Sweet) Bittersweet day yesterday. Owned my ELR for about 2 years and loved every minute of it. Still a stunning beauty and even looks like a “fresh” design that is holding up very well.

    It is just time to move from the beautiful “Blackberry” to modern and a forward looking “iPhone”.

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    Yeah, I was really impressed with that car when it came out. And I thought I would follow in my pop's footsteps and have it be the last car I get in this lifetime (Cadillac, not ELR per se). But then the reviews of what the actual engine sounded like when it came on. Yikes!

    I have been lucky that my 2000 Honda Insight has continued to drive after the battery pack went flat, but I do think of hybrids as twin-engine airplanes, twice as likely to fail as an ICE or a BEV
     
  5. pdx_m3s

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    Enkei has three different offsets available for the 18x8.5 5x114.4 TS-V: +45, +38, and +25. What are yours?
     
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    The review must have been wrong. The ELR has (Bose) active nose cancellation (wish Tesla had this) and it is all but impossible to tell if the generator is off, running or what RPM. The active nose cancellation also lowers wind, tire and road noise. The ELR is MUCH quieter than my Model 3. Having to get used to a little more noise.
     
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  7. silentcorp

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    Sorry they are the +38's to get as close the stock 18"s as possible.
     
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    So you're the one person who bought an ELR! I'm glad you liked it, and the 3 looks good.
     
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    B501E95B-D98A-46CF-87D4-417669411FA0.jpeg Throw this here too
     
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    Right on. Thanks.
     
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    Our Model 3 in the garage, one son's i3 and the other son's Volt. Maybe our example is catching on.

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    Air Suspension done by ACC USA, using their AirRunner struts with an AirLift 3P management.
     
  16. Tacotruck

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    Wow nice one! and impressive photo. You raised some good kids ;-)
     
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    In Rocky Mountain National Park! Going back home to Loveland (downhill), I gained mileage range, too!
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  18. Candleflame

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    first white model 3 which actually looks good. Almost looks like a very light silver.
     
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  20. Neo101

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    First black car and really happy going all (most) black. Tint was professionally done. Chrome delete is DIY. Took some effort and has some minor issues but I love how it turned out. Very happy :)
     

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