Electric car maker Tesla’s Fremont plant has begun delivering the redesigned Model 3, according tomedia reports. Media reported that a reader had recently stumbled across a trailer carrying several redesigned Model 3s on a Bay Area road near Tesla’s Fremont plant.
Tesla is understood to be launching a new version of the Model 3 in mid-October 2020, while the older Model 3 was launched at the end of March 2016.
Delivered on July 28, 2017, the older Model 3 is Tesla’s lowest-priced, most-produced and highest-delivering electric vehicle.
The car has made a huge contribution to the electric car market around the world and is the best-selling electric car in many countries, including large markets such as China and the United States.
Media said that the new version of Model 3 is different from the old Model 3. The new Model 3 features flater-shaped Aero wheels, while the older version of the design shows protruding wheel spokes, but this has been modified.
In addition, the new Model 3 has modified the design of the center control station, which uses a new color and opening method, which is different from the design of the old model.