More expensive than before, the Model 3 distances its competitors a little less technologically and retains some annoying flaws such as the absence of a tailgate, the firmness of the suspension and somewhat radical design compromises. Nevertheless, it retains assets that are still inaccessible to the competition, starting with the best consumption/performance ratio on the market.
We begin to dream of what the manufacturer could achieve by having the economy as the first objective of development. If we add a network of still reliable Superchargers, it remains among the most easy-to-live-with electrics on the market, one of the few that can really be considered as an alternative to thermal for all uses. It’s a pity that it is billed so expensive: by flying away, its prices leave the way open to models hitherto suffocated by its qualities.