Why Would Anyone Buy A Tesla Model S Over The Model 3?

The Tesla Model S packed in stylish looks, performance, and lots of tech in its design,

and it proved to be a lot of temptation at the time to people looking for their first electric vehicle.

Given the features and performance offered by the Model 3, for this sub-$50,000 price,

 Tesla was giving the highly-coveted German compact luxury sedans such as the 2017 Audi A4, BMW 3 Series, and Mercedes-Benz C-Class a run for its money.

Thanks to the Model 3s superb range, performance, technology, and cost-effectiveness, the Model 3 is now the best-selling zero-emissions car in the world,

and sales numbers are beating out every other vehicle in the Tesla lineup.

 Two hatchbacks are all-electric, but now that Model 3 is here, there is now a big difference between Teslas least expensive four-door hatchback and its highest-end Model S,

which can run more than $100,000 depending on the configuration.

 Range goes up to 322 miles, more useful, although Model 3s base price is also rising into  real luxury-car territory - within a stones throw of  Teslas Model S,

It's adding a second motor cuts the 3-second 0-to-60-mph time down to 4.4 seconds.

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