Tesla Model 3 Performance Declared To Be In A Class Of Its Own

It’s true that the Tesla Model 3 has been plagued with various quality issues since day 1, but that doesn’t stop the compact EV from being one of the most likeable electric cars on the market right now.

Despite the much-advertised $35k version of the Model 3 being still in the pipeline, the smallest Tesla has gathered nothing but praise for its handling and speed, while its 310-mile (508 km) range is one of the best across the EV realm.

The range-topping Performance model combines that range with ballistic, er, performance, thanks to its dual-motor all-wheel drive and a combined output of 450hp and 471lb-ft of torque. The 0-60mph (96km/h) sprint takes just 3.3 seconds, while top speed is set at 155mph (250km/h).

Even the slowest derivative of the Model 3, the Mid Range, can’t be compared with other affordable electric models in the market as it offers a much stronger punch and still manages to travel 264 miles (424 km) on a full charge.

It’s no wonder then that Kelley Blue Book were left very impressed by the talents of the Model 3. Sure, their loaner didn’t come with some of the poor quality issues we’ve seen on other cars, but you still have to admit that Tesla is currently occupying a space in the market that no one other does.

 

  • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

    It’s true that the Tesla Model 3 has been plagued with various quality issues since day 1, but that doesn’t stop the compact EV from being one of the most likeable electric cars on the market right now.

    More evidence that people will throw money at gimmicky products without fully understanding the consequences.

    • Dude

      People are well aware of Tesla’s quality issues at this point. The point of that line is that it’s popular despite that.

      • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

        Yes, like I alluded to, people seem more than happy to buy sub-standard products for a lot of cash.

        • Dude

          My point was that you said “without fully understanding”. I don’t think there’s any lack of understanding.

          At this point it’s almost a meme on where people online buy a Model 3 and immediately make contrasting videos where they deride the panel gap and paint issues in one and hype the $hit out of it in the next.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            What you are saying is that the quality doesn’t matter? They’ll carry on buying them regardless? No wonder the “legacy” manufacturers with their history of making decent quality cars for a profit, have been shocked by Tesla’s entrance into the car market.

          • HN

            “No wonder the “legacy” manufacturers with their history of making decent
            quality cars for a profit, have been shocked by Tesla’s entrance into
            the car market.”

            Tesla makes cars consumers love to own. Proof: Tesla owners are most satisfy with their cars, Porsche is in the second place, according to Consumer Reports.

            Source: https://www.consumerreports.org/car-reliability-owner-satisfaction/car-brands-ranked-by-owner-satisfaction/

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            Yes, quality doesn’t matter, Tesla owners love their cars regardless. 😂

          • RedPillSucks

            This is more of a squeaky wheel issue. There are thousands of people with no quality issue for every one person posting a video to the contrary. There were no misaligned body panels or gaps in my Model 3 or any of the others I surreptitiously sampled on the lot. Tesla is essentially doing the same thing the Japanese did in the 70’s when they started importing to the US. People initially laughed at the “Toy autos” as pieces of crap. Toyota simply reinvested their profits into the company and improved their production instead of boosting their CEO pay. The first batch of Model 3’s were pretty bad, but their quality has been steadily improving. Using an initial production batch to judge the current production is disingenuous at best.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            “This is more of a squeaky wheel issue”.
            I’ve spent a lot of time on the Tesla’s Owner Forum. There is some extremely concerning stuff.
            One guy’s car suffered from at least six distinct rattles, the rear window defroster stopped working. reverse camera stopped working and the right outside mirror would fail to unfurl fully occasionally.
            One owner spotted eight patches of rust on their car. Paint blemishes are common complaints with Model 3. Many owners had suffered from total touchscreen failure, getting locked out of their car and total power failure on the highway (which sounds pretty dangerous). These are things that would certainly make me look towards buying from alternative brands.

          • Dude

            The quality does matter. But the quality issues are so minor (and fixed for free) that it doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of things. And what exec of what automaker is surprised at tesla’s success? They were the only ones to offer a very in-demand product. Obviously they’d find success. If there were a bunch of similar alternatives years ago, the story would be different.

      • tkindred

        I’m guessing some people might think there are major qualility issues (engine, transmission, suspension, brakes, etc) and minor ( misaligned trim and body panels , paint, etc) and Teslas issues are minor.

    • Six_Tymes

      and regurgitating negative details isn’t helpful at all. Do you even known if Tesla is working towards correcting production flaws and improving QC? The answer is no you don’t. Yet you regurgitate only negative and refuse to type anything positive. You are tiring

      • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

        Regurgitating negative details isn’t helpful at all? Like the fact that the company is $9bn+ in debt and still not making the profits it needs to drag itself out of a hole? Please do tell me the positives…

    • Jason Miller
      • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

        Thanks for driving home my point that fools and their money are easily parted.

        • Jason Miller

          I didn’t post the graph to compare it to any other car. It’s to show just how popular the car is and the pace at which they are selling in such a short amount of time. It’s a hit, and the graph proves that.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            Yes, the car is popular. Like I alluded to, people seem more than happy to buy sub-standard products for a lot of cash. Fools and their money are easily parted.

          • Jason Miller

            Suzuki is sub-standard. Probably why they don’t sell them in the states anymore. The Model 3 is far from that. Haters gonna hate.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            Haters gonna hate?
            You mean, anyone who disagrees with your narrow-minded view of a heavily in debt EV manufacturer is a “hater”? Right. You must be knocking back the same drugs as Musk! 😂

          • Jason Miller

            The guy who is technologically advancing this country on a rapid pace? More people need to think like him. Then maybe we wouldn’t have orange ape’s in the oval office.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            That’s a bold claim. How is he technologically advancing this country on a rapid pace? Please do explain… 😂

          • Jason Miller

            400 mile range EV’s. Massive charging network. Under ground transportation. Setting records with satellite deployments, landing rockets, building ships for trips to the moon and Mars. Tesla is responsible for the EV development race that is going on between manufactures right now. Need I go on? People like you that only live for the negative side of things would only slow us down.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            What 400 mile range EV does Tesla produce that is affordable to the mass population? The Model 3 doesn’t seem to be able to get that far.

            London has had a functioning underground transportation since 1863. Elon’s laughable project is hardly revolutionary. Cambridge has a bus-way system that uses the same technology, Elon’s just shoved it underground.

            Elon’s Space X program is funded by US taxpayers because it has no commercial value for real investors to actually put their money into.

            Perhaps you should pull your head out of your behind, tear down your Elon shrine and get out into the real world. 😂

          • Jason Miller

            Alright Mr Negativity, you got me. You win. All hail you sir. Maybe you should be president since you know the right way to do everything. Have a nice life. Whatever is left of it. I have better things to do right now.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            Better things to do? Like going and worshipping Elon? Hilarious

          • Jason Miller

            Grocery shopping and washing my car. (which is not a Tesla, BTW) Maybe you should get some fresh air, instead of arguing with people on the internet from your Mom’s basement.

          • Jason Miller

            Grocery shopping and washing my car. (which is not a Tesla, BTW) Maybe
            you should get some fresh air, instead of arguing with people on the
            internet from your Mom’s basement.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            Wow. You’re very defensive for someone that doesn’t even own a Tesla, you’re almost as bad as S3XY. 😂

          • Jason Miller

            I just have no patience for excessive negativity. Especially for people that live off it like they require it to survive. The human race is better without you/them. Good day, sir.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            No patience for excessive negativity? 😂 You seem to prefer spending your time being overly positive about things that really aren’t. You should try looking at the facts. Perhaps you should get off the internet and go bury yourself in a hole if you want to avoid it? 😂😂

          • Jason Miller

            Here’s a fact: you’re annoying. Over and out.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            Annoying because I have a different view point to you? Thought so! 😂😂

          • RedPillSucks

            Sigh… It’s not about the existence of underground transportation. It’s about building it cheaper than everyone else. It’s not about creating battery storage, it’s about deploying it in a way that’s not been done to scale before and pairing it with other technologies. It’s not about creating a BEV. It’s about showing an appealing BEV in an environment where everyone was saying that people didn’t want EVs and EVs were impractical. Space X is not funded by the US taxpayers anymore than Grummand, Ratheon, Boeing, etc. Why is everyone so intent on holding Telsa/SpaceX to a stratospherically higher standard than everyone else. These are American companies (yeah, I know Elon is South African) that are making strides forward. What’s behind all this naysaying BS?

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            “It’s not about the existence of underground transportation. It’s about building it cheaper than everyone else.” You need to explain further because that doesn’t make sense. The London Underground has a proven-record of providing affordable electric-powered underground transport since the turn of the 20th Century. Why would people driving a Tesla through such a system be any better?

            “Space X is not funded by the US taxpayers anymore than Grummand, Ratheon, Boeing, etc. Why is everyone so intent on holding Telsa/SpaceX to a stratospherically higher standard than everyone else.” Perhaps people hold Tesla to a high standard because there is a group of people who will go to the ends of the world to defend them online. Who does that for Grummand, Ratheon and Boeing? 😂

          • RedPillSucks

            I don’t know anything about London’s existing underground. In the US, there is tremendous auto congestion. Politicians have been chasing the cheapest solution (not always the best), which apparently was to build more roads, as opposed to increasing the mass transit infrastructure. The Boring company is trying to provide a cheaper and faster tunnel construction capability. The whole thing about having Teslas go through tunnels is really a separate thing, although the media has conflated the two. If you think of the tunnel part separately from the car moving part, the Boring Co. (not Tesla, but Elon is CEO) claims to be able to do it cheaper and faster. The jury is still out on this, but still, this is about bringing a level of innovation or new thought to the table. Londons Underground was created ages ago, how much new construction is there and how much will it cost? Don’t know if its needed in London, but in the US, we need to stop building more roads and focus on mass transit. As for the standard Tesla is being held to, I have no problem about them being held to a high standard. I have a problem with them being held to a higher standard than every one else. I think that’s why others are willing to defend Tesla so much, because they see the flip side as being over the top in negativity, especially when much of it comes from the oil industry and conservatives in politics who benefit from the oil industry. If you look at Tesla as a proxy fight between big oil vs progressives, rampant capitalism vs progressive capitalism, you’ll probably see why people feel this is important. Its not so much Tesla, its that this paradigm shift could literally have happened decades ago (several times), but have been blocked by various industries.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            “Londons Underground was created ages ago, how much new construction is there and how much will it cost?” Yes, it was opened in 1863. There are always ongoing projects and new plans meaning its constantly expanding. There are currently 250 miles of tunnels and it transports 1.35 billion people every year.

            “…in the US, we need to stop building more roads and focus on mass transit”. Why? Because a small number of people think so? Is there a specific reason? In the US there is 92.2 residents per square mile. Mass transit systems are more understandable in the UK where there are 1,010 people per square mile.

            “If you look at Tesla as a proxy fight between big oil vs progressives, rampant capitalism vs progressive capitalism, you’ll probably see why people feel this is important.” All I see is a car manufacturer that is trying to pass itself off as a technology company and failing. $9bn in debt is losing the fight,

          • RedPillSucks

            Sigh… It’s not so much as a technological advancement as accelerating to the next paradigm. The auto companies have known for decades that ICE engines were reaching their potential but as long as they’re making beaucoup deniros off SUV and trucks, they’re going to suck on that teat for all its worth. When you talk about separating fool from their money, that’s happening more with ICE sales than anything else. In the 80’s I had a Toyota that got 33mpg. Fast forward 30 years and my Toyota is only getting 37mpg. Musk is simply forcing the legacy manufacturers to move past their shortsighted strategies into electrification. You seem more focused on being a Tesla naysayer than looking past that into what’s actually being done. People have been poo pooing Tesla for 10 years and Tesla keeps proving them wrong. Who knows whether they’ll be around for the next 10 years, but they’re moving in the right direction. The same can’t be said for GM. They had the chance to be the first mover in EV with the EV1 but decided to pull back with the false claim that people didn’t want EVs. Tesla simply put the lie to that premise and showed what can really be accomplished. I really hope that the other companies put their best effort out and don’t pull another GM type entry into the EV space. For all the talk about Jaguar and Porsche, Nissan and Hyundai are really the only other players in the mass market space. Porsche and Jaguar are still low volume testing out the space.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            “People have been poo pooing Tesla for 10 years and Tesla keeps proving them wrong.”
            Nissan produced an affordable mass-produced car electric car back that we could buy here in Europe back in 2010. Tesla is nine years late to the game here. Furthermore, Tesla has barely turned any profit at all over the past ten years and is £9bn in debt. That’s not the way to show others how to do it. When there doesn’t appear to be any money in it, it’s hardly surprising Audi and Jaguar are only producing low volumes.

          • RedPillSucks

            That’s what you’re missing. Tesla has been putting their profits back into the company for expansion and increased production. They’re not about trying to show how it’s done. They’re pointing out the lie that some how people dont want EVs. Despite the cars price, they have taken the luxury car market, proving that people will pay for a compelling EV, Nissan not withstanding. GM et. al. could make a compelling EV if they wanted to but they dont. Witness the lackluster Bolt and Volt sales despite accolades. You can’t even get the Ampera E in Europe even though Europeans love the car, why, cause GM doesnt want to sell it. Theres a market, and Tesla is willing to go after it. We’ll see in the next year or so if Jaguar and Porsche will follow Tesla, or will pull out like GM.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            Tesla has been putting their profits back into the company for expansion and increased production. They need to start putting that profit into paying off their debts, otherwise they’ll go bust.

            “You can’t even get the Ampera E in Europe even though Europeans love the car”. Here in Europe, GM doesn’t sell any cars at all. They going to enter the market to sell just one car EV nobody in Europe has ever seen before? What evidence do you have that people here love it?

            Witness the lackluster Bolt and Volt sales despite accolades. You keep mentioning GM. You think I’m a fan? Not at all.

            Despite the cars price, they have taken the luxury car market, proving that people will pay for a compelling EV Are you talking about the US luxury car market? As here in Europe, we have a very different definition of luxury cars and the market has remained unaffected by them. The EV market is slightly different though. The Jaguar I-Pace outsold both the Model S and Model X in many countries during November and December, including Norway and Netherlands – the two biggest EV buying nations in Europe.

          • Mike Sinyaboot ©

            Reee!! Orange man bad!

            I like Musk and I hope Tesla succeeds but your statement is hilariously retarded. Electric vehicles are far from some incredible technological advancement. They are as old as the automobile itself. Musk and Tesla exist for one reason….to make money. They could give two shits about “advancing this country”.

            Also, man up, tell your wife to break up with her boyfriend, and quit being such a giant vagina.

    • TheBelltower

      The only thing that is evident from your post, is how buttsore you are that Tesla is succeeding in spite of your best efforts.

      • HN

        A failed individual doesn’t like anyone who success beyond his imagination.

      • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

        How are they succeeding? By being $9bn in debt and led by an egotistical druggy? Nissan was producing an affordable mass-produced EV back in 2010 and are on their second generation model. Tesla have some catching up to do.

        • TheBelltower

          Well since you put it that way, maybe you shouldn’t invest in Tesla. From my perspective, debt=investment… and they are expanding production capacity all over the world. Let’s check back in a couple years and see how Tesla is doing. Ford and GM will be very different than they are today, and should probably take a hit of whatever Elon is smoking.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            …they are expanding production capacity all over the world. Which requires massive capital investment, which means they are not paying off their debts.

            Yes, Ford and GEM will be very different in ten years time than they are today, but will Tesla still be around? I doubt it. Dozens of innovative car manufacturers have gone bankrupt before. Tesla isn’t immune to it.

            I’m happy staying sober. Elon looks like he’s doing massive harm to his body with the “overworking” and drugs. His strange cosmetic surgery isn’t helping either.

          • TheBelltower

            As long as they are expanding capacity to accommodate demand, then I’ll bet on Tesla. That’s a better situation than any other domestic automaker these days.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            They can’t continually expand forever? The Tesla-bubble will burst and the resulting mess will not be pretty! 😂

          • TheBelltower

            The same could be said about any company.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            Absolutely. Ford, GM and Volkswagen are learning the hard way and are all restructuring right now, but Tesla has a very, very long way to go to catch up to them.

          • TheBelltower

            Tesla has been building cars for less than 2,200 days, doesn’t sell in every state, is just now starting to sell oversees, and hasn’t yet started production of a pickup or small SUV. Ford has been around for over 100 years. Tesla has overtaken established automakers in a couple categories. Even though conventional automakers had a bit of a head start.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            Companies like Ford have had a head start, but they’ve also seen many serious highly-innovative companies destroy themselves with heavy debt and poor management. Tesla is not immune to that.

        • Jason Miller

          Until Nissan can produce an EV that gets nearly 400 miles of range, THEY have catching up to do.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            It may be normal for you to drive nearly 400 miles in a single day, but I can think of hundreds and hundreds of people I know personally who’d never do those sort of miles. I can think of vast swathes of the population who wouldn’t. Why is it necessary to have a car that does that kind of range if you’d never use it? Because you personally think its good? At the moment I thought the Model 3 only gets to 310 miles? 😂

          • Jason Miller

            I didn’t say Model 3 specifically. Road trips! A lot of people drive long distances between states every year. Lyft and Uber are growing by leaps and bounds. People would love to be able to taxi people around all day without having to stop and charge their car. Think man.

          • ➡️ProtectOurHeritage⬅️

            So you are saying Tesla can’t make an affordable EV that does a 400 mile range? So its only technology available for the wealthy who’d ever likely drive more than 400 miles in a day? 😂

  • Zandit75

    Wow, a video about a Tesla that is not a drag race, how refreshing!!

  • 💖 Elon_Will_Save_Us 💖

    Of course the Tesla Model 3 Performance should be in a class of its own. Humanity’s savior, the beautiful and intelligently-superior hero-of-the-world, Saint Elon Musk, is showing us the path to a new age of enlightenment.

    All hail Elon! Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah!

    • Arthur Burnside

      Now if only Humanity needed a savior. Aren;t we lucky that this savior somehow avoided prison time for stock market manipulation and insider trading. Martha Stewart went to prison for spitting on the sidewlk by comarison. Now Elon is reading with the enemy and moving his company to China. As I recall healways boasted about building his cars in the U.S.A. And building affordable, mass produced electric vehicles
      was his goal. His goal these days is his company’s profit margin.
      And Volkswagon will build the first affordable EVs – costing less than half of Tesla’s poorly constructed Model 3.

      • Jason Miller

        Expanding and moving are two separate things.

  • Arthur Burnside

    I have to laugh at the premise of this claim. I guess any car is in a class of its own if it has no direct competitors, which is currently the case with the Model 3, a shrunken clone of the Model S, which is just now facing competition and is getting clobbered. The Porsche Taycan, not yet in production, has obliterated Model S sales for the coming 2019-2020 production year, regardless of whether
    Musk kills the base Model S and Model X cars or not- Porsche will build 50,000 or so cars and every single one of them is now spoken for, and plenty more are on the waiting list. A very large number of buyes are Tesla owners. Perhaps they are looking for a car that has demonstrated that it can recharge twice as fast as their Tesla. Or one that can sustain its maximum output indefinitely, which is not the case for the Model S. In contrast , the Model S and Model X have no waiting list. Almost all of Tesla’s Model S and Model X cars were base models. So why did Musk say they have been discontinued? Musk is the least transparent (and most unreliable) CEO on the planet. Tha Jaguar I Pace has also clobbered Tesla – selling 2 to1 and 4 to 1 against the Model S and X, respectively at the end of 2018 in Holland and accounted for a 40% drop in Tesla sales in Norway. No ig surprise here – virtually every reviewer recommended it over either Tesla and the car has garnered over 20 major awards, which no Tesla vehicle, including the Model 3 has done. It also has a waiting list. These Tesla vehicles were once in a class of their own, but no more and its going to get far worse for Musk, a man whose whole life has been spent with companies that had no competition and depended upon govt subsidies – the solar panel business, the SpaceX business, the boring business, the hyperloop business. Musk seems to be getting desperate these days -his tax credits are evaporating, which naturally is the motive behind Musk’s sudden belief that govt subsidies are no longer needed.
    The Model 3 is in a bad way – its $7500 tax credit is gone and shortly ts $3750 credit will also disappear, while the competition will all have their full $7500 tax credit, providing them with an automatic $7500 price advantage.
    We know he specs of several direct competitiors, such as the Volvo Polestar 2 , andotehrs – even the I Pace will be nearly a direct competitor,at least on price, here in the U.S. against the highest priced Model 3 and a direct competitor against the Model Y. I don’t believe either can compete against even the base I Pace, any more than the Model S or Model X can. The performance I Pace will blow away every car Tesla has ever built or will
    build, including the upcoming $250,00 Tesla sports car. And I would predict that Porsche will not be left behind in this race to the quarter mile – actually Prosche has a 2 speed tranny, which will give it a big advantage on the race track and when speeds exceed 60MPH, which is where electric cars lose
    most of their power. And the Porsche has sustainable power, which the
    Tesla drivetrains lack.

    • Ronald Roman

      Tesla is coming with a $250 sports car? Where do I sign?

      • benT

        Arty Buttsite IS away with the fairies.
        Predicts the future with his Jaguar claim – not even Jaguar know that.
        Knows all detail of the porch brand – not even porch know that.
        Clearly hates something.
        Mrs Pooh Ringsting has a vastly superior temperament.

    • HN

      @Arthur Burnside – “Porsche will build 50,000 or so cars and every single one of them is now spoken for”

      Any support document for the 50,000 Taycan ? According to Porsche original estimate the volume is supposed to be around 20,000. When did Porsche increase 20,000 to 50,000 ? Are you a Porsche executive ?

    • Astonman

      what do you mean sustainable power?

  • Ronald Roman

    Range? Yeah, that’s important. But why are people excited about 0-60 time? Who is driving like that? Flooring it from the traffic light and…what…waiting at the next? Aren’t the light synchronized or try to be? Or on freeway, you are driving 40 and you need a sudden burst to reach 100 in 4 seconds?

    • Dude

      It’s just a well known representation of power lol. If there’s a low 0-60 time you know you’ll be able to burst out of corners and such. And yeah sometimes it’s fun to just launch a car

    • Astonman

      People have been excited about 0-60 times since the car was born. Humans like speak. That’s why we time everything. When horses were in, we timed those too.

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