Tesla Model 3 Online Configurator (Not From Tesla) Is Fun

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Reservation holders getting impatient for their Tesla Model 3 — despite the reduction of production timeline estimates and the fact that we still have at least a year to go — may appreciate a new, unofficial, online Model 3 configurator created by a fan of the company.

The new configuration simulator was, unsurprisingly, created by a Model 3 reservation holder. No doubt, one who wishes that they could take delivery of the groundbreaking electric vehicle (EV) immediately.

Tesla Model 3 configurator

The unofficial Model 3 online configurator (which can be found here) is clearly based on the Model S configurator and the (now active) Model X configurator. While there’s of course nothing new revealed by the unofficial configurator, I suppose that those who are impatient may get some enjoyment out of it. There was clearly some work that went into the Photoshopping of various paint-coat colors, etc.

Teslarati provides more:

Using a still photo of the Model 3 captured from the Marin Headlands while overlooking San Francisco Bay, Tesla Motors Club member bayol photoshopped various color renditions of Tesla’s mass market sedan. He then took all of the photos and implemented it into an online configurator rightfully named Model3Config where reservation holders can see what their future dream car will look like in the various official Tesla colors. There’s also a section that allows one to choose their Model 3 wheel. Bayol hopes to eventually add more configurable Model 3 options to his online app including the ability to select various interior trim options.

The video below provides a video overview if you prefer that:

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