Barely a day after the first production-spec Tesla Model 3 rolled out of the company’s Californian factory, a clip of the car has been posted online.
Not much action happens in the video, as a Tesla employee simply moves it around the Fremont parking lot in order to take a picture of it in front of the factory’s huge Tesla logo.
However, the clip does show that the finished Model 3 has exactly the same minimalistic interior as the release candidates revealed earlier this year. Apart from the three-spoke steering wheel and large central touchscreen display, the car’s cabin is sparse to say the least, something which will certainly split opinions.
As we recently reported, company chief executive Elon Musk is the owner of the first Model 3, and before the month is out, a further 29 will be delivered to customers. Production and deliveries will then slowly ramp up to 100 units in August before deliveries reach 1,500 in September. Musk is aiming for Model 3 production to account for the greatest number of 500,000 annual sales, which he wants to achieve by 2018.