The standard rear-drive Model 3 now starts at $57,400 before on-road expenses.

whereas the mid-tier Long Range is now $70,400 (-$3900), it is now more reasonable than previously.


Recall that the standard Model 3 has a maximum driving range of 491 km

While the Long Range and Performance have respective ranges of 602 km and 547 km.

The Model 3's upper grades come equipped with dual motors for all-wheel drive traction, whereas the base model just has one electric motor.

As a result, the Model 3's base model requires 6.1 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h.

The more powerful Long Range and Performance, with the latter having a one-foot rollout, reduced that time to just 4.4s and 3.3s.

According to the website for Tesla Australia, all Model 3 deliveries are anticipated to take place between now and August.