Will Tesla Make The Model 3 Performance Faster?

In standard trim, the Tesla Model 3 Performance produces 430 horsepower from its twin electric motors,

allowing it to go from 0-60 miles per hour in just 3.1 seconds.

A smaller battery pack and lower output is offered on Standard Range Plus,

but the Performance version of the vehicle has a larger battery pack and higher output, reaching 60 mph in only 3.2 seconds.

The dual-motor design in Model 3s long range version (as well as in the Performance model) means that

power is distributed more evenly across Model 3 to accelerate and go faster.

Tesla models have been able to get electronic firmware updates for some time now, and for The Tesla Model 3

the cars dual-motor variant has a Acceleration Boost offered that costs $2,000.

Performance models are typically priced a little higher than long-range models, so from a value perspective

Teslas Acceleration Boost is a nice bargain that would boost the cars value.

Buying this easily installed upgrade gives Model 3 LR AWD a faster 0-60 time compared with

Teslas own Acceleration Boost Upgrade, which touts an acceleration of 3.9 seconds.