New redesign images Tesla Model 3also known as Highland Project. After months of rumors of a hidden front and rear car resurfacing, it seems its launch is imminent.
Anonymous source posted images electric, a well-known EV website with a great reputation. These could be promotional photos. Model 3 Project Highland it will appear on the Tesla website after the official announcement of the car.
The images of the car are consistent with a photo that was posted a few months ago. You can see completely redesigned headlights, a slight change to the front and new tires.
In addition to the exterior design changes, some interior modifications are expected, including a new steering wheel, a new dashboard, no levers, a new battery, a new assembly and manufacturing method with larger parts, similar to the Model Y.
Tesla Model 3 Project Highland Launch Imminent
Rumors about the imminent launch of the redesign of the car, we have been reading and hearing for several weeks. A few days ago it became known that stores in China began taking orders for Project Highland as a step before its imminent sale. Then the car was allegedly advertised last week, but this did not happen. Now, apparently, its official production will begin. tomorrow friday september 1st at the Gigafactory in Shanghai.
If so, Tesla will soon launch a new version of the Model 3 Project Highland. But it looks like this significant design change deserves a separate event. However, Tesla has not announced any, but only the first deliveries of the Cybertruck, although there is no date yet.
Another possibility is that Tesla is just showing the new design in the web configurator, no further announcement, just tweets in their official accounts, images or photos on Instagram and certain press releases.
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