Tesla starts locking down features on entry-level Model 3


Tesla starts locking down features Their New Entry-Level Model 3

Tesla’s entrance level Model 3 has been accessible to arrange for some time (of late in constrained structure), however early purchasers have actually been getting more – without the guaranteed programming lock, drivers were viably getting the redesigned Standard Range Plus vehicle. Tragically for them, the gathering has all the earmarks of being finished. Electrek has discovered that Tesla is beginning to sell Standard Range vehicles with the highlights secured. Peruser Marc Bunton noticed that his new Model 3 accompanied a 220-mile max run, no Autopilot, no live maps, no mist lights and restricted seat warming.

It’s not sure if or when Tesla will secure highlights on officially sold Standard Range vehicles that have Plus highlights turned on. We’ve inquired as to whether it can remark.


A postponement in executing the product lock wouldn’t astound. Tesla is as yet centered around conveying the same number of Model 3s as it can, and its product group has bounty on its plate with Autopilot redesigns – constraining vehicle highlights isn’t high on the plan for the day. This may likewise lure Standard Range purchasers to pay for a Plus redesign once they’ve become acclimated to its common luxuries. Whatever incited the pause, this is somewhat remarkable when most automakers can’t (or just won’t) change what you get once a vehicle leaves the industrial facility.

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