One of Tesla’s more groundbreaking innovations is the use of wireless software updates (OTAs), according tomedia. As the old saying goes, most cars lose 10 percent of their value the moment consumers leave the dealership, and Tesla’s OTAs can continue to help improve the car’s performance and add new features in the months after the new car comes out. In turn, second-hand Teslas tend to have better resale values than comparable vehicles.
Recently, news broke that the car company had a new move to launch a new Acceleration Boost acceleration option for model 3.
It is reported that this feature will become a dual-engine Model 3 user upgrade option. As for the upgrade, the price is estimated to be around $2,000.
While this Impact Boost won’t be a free upgrade, it’s still a huge attraction for Model 3 owners. As things stand, the Model 3 has a 100km acceleration time of 3.2 seconds, which is not a, but still a long way from the company’s flagship Model S, which takes only 2.4 seconds to complete the 100km acceleration.
But in any case, Tesla has been generous in terms of performance upgrades. Last month, for example, it provided a better acceleration experience for car owners with an OTAs, with the following effects: