Tesla’s final Model 3 unveiling is set to take place next month, but an enterprising Redditor happened to spot a Model 3 charging at a Supercharger station in California and managed to take the most detailed and instructive photos we’ve seen yet. Whereas most of the Model 3 photos we’ve seen in recent weeks have been taken of a Model 3 in motion, the most recent crop of Model 3 photos were carefully taken while the car was sitting still. What’s more, the Tesla employee driving the car reportedly told the Redditor that the Model 3 design is “pretty much” final at this point. While this is admittedly a second-hand blurb, it stands to reason that this is indeed accurate given that July is right around the corner.
So without further ado, featured below are a series of photos which provide us with our crispest look yet at what the shipping version of the Model 3 is actually going to look like.
The front-on view is essentially similar to what we’ve seen from the beginning, with the Model 3 below in the center and flanked by two Model S vehicles.
And now a side view for good measure.
A shot of the Model 3 from the rear.
A close-up shot of the interior gives us our first solid look at what the final steering wheel design may look like. Alas, this is a far cry from the spaceship style design Elon Musk promised on Twitter many months back.
@HBL_Cosmin Wait until you see the real steering controls and system for the 3. It feels like a spaceship.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 3, 2016
Moving along, this shot of the interior showcases an elegant wood trim, in line with other Model 3 spy shots we’ve seen over the past few weeks. Note that the display on the Model 3 is 15-inches and a tad smaller than the display that comes standard on both the Model S and the Model X.
Not much too see here, just a Model 3 getting some juice.
And last but not least, pictured below is a Model 3 with a decidedly unorthodox rims.
Pictures aside, we also have a pretty firm grasp on what type of specs the Model 3 will bring to the table. According to an official product sheet from Tesla that was released not too long ago, the entry level Model 3 will have a 0-60 time of 5.6 seconds and a minimum range of 215 miles on a single charge.