Tesla’s affordable new Model 3 electric car is the talk of the town at the moment, but you can’t actually play with a real one just yet. More than 400,000 excited fans already paid $1,000 towards the purchase of a Model 3, which is an impressive accomplishment for the relatively young carmaker (even though not all of them will end up buying the Model 3). One especially eager Model 3 buyer took it upon him to build the first interactive 3D render of the Model 3, and it’ll keep you occupied while you wait for the Model 3 to become a reality.

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“The model is recreated entirely from the few number of photos and launch video. This was done before the MotorTrend exclusive, so there are some inaccuracies. Took me about 2 weeks,” 3D artist Mike Pan said about the model in the following interactive render:

Tesla Model 3 Sedan by mike on Sketchfab

The 3D render lets you look at the car from all angles, and you can zoom in or out to inspect certain design details. There’s even a VR mode that lets you explore the Model 3 in virtual reality. Unfortunately, you can’t go inside the car – this is based on available pictures, after all.

You can further inspect the Model 3 in this official photo shoot, and read more about its innovative design at this link.

Tesla said a few days ago that the Model 3 design has not been finalized, which means we can expect various updates by the time Tesla starts mass-producing it. Tesla CEO Elon Musk also told analysts that the Model 3 will take another six to nine weeks before final engineering decisions are all made.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.