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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by tsla007, Mar 25, 2017.
Be heard. Really-this is a 35k car built in 2017 or 2018 for most of us. What's your take on it?
Nothing like getting the cart ahead of the horse.
Insufficient data. In the words of the Magic 8 Ball, "ask again later".
The question is do you think he has more to show? Or are you disappointed?
I just watched the unveil again-
no HUD cable is there. So no there won't be a hud unless it is bluetooth. (possible yes-but highly unlikely.)
I personally, am not expecting anything more right now in the interior. I like it but don't love it.
I'll be adding my own HUD to fit my needs and probably a camera or 2.
OK with the base but expect there will be options.
I don't need a HUD. But I do need the Model 3 to be functional for the driver (meaning the UI needs to work, simply, easily, and not look like a goofy video word salad of navigation, systems status, performance, etc), and functional for passengers (solid, supportive seats, ample room above and beside, no cheesy, cheap finishes, nothing to break off when the dog jumps in).
I haven't seen the production interior. I don't know if any of that will come about yet. So for me, a vote is way premature.
I expect the base interior to be Hyundai Elantra comparable, maybe one step below.
We can be heard but it is probably way too late to actually make changes, at least for initial production.
Nothing wrong to me, I've been living with one center screen on a prius for 13 years, I'm sure Tesla will have a convenient place for a speedo.
It will have one more screen than my current ride
But one less instrument cluster
I'll be forwarding these results directly to Elon and tsla customer relations when it is over.
That's a loaded question. No, I don't think he has more to show. I have absolutely no idea whether I'm disappointed. I can't wait to sit in one and find out. It seems to look nice.
The shots of seen show placeholders for parts of the interior.
So I guess "expect more" is my answer because I'm positive I haven't seen a finished car.
The target of the Model 3 has been the BMW 3 Series. The interior shown at the reveal, and seen in the latest release candidate cars looks essentially untouched from the reveal. If I wanted the interior of Kia quality I wouldn't be thinking of shelling out German-Luxury-Car money.