Tesla Model 3 Prototype In The Wild (Video)

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Unplugged Performance recently posted a video of a Tesla Model 3 prototype traveling near the SpaceX Hyperloop track in Hawthorne, California. We figured some of you would like to see it. 🙂

The prototype Unplugged Performance spotted doesn’t appear to be a new one — though, it’s not clear how old it actually is.

Given that Tesla reportedly began building the first test Model 3s last month and is slated to begin mass production in only a few months, it probably shouldn’t be too long before we get to see what a production Model 3 actually looks like. Until then, this is one of the better spy videos we’ve run across.

In case you missed our coverage of the unveiling, which was hugely improved thanks to the invite we got to Unplugged Performance’s unveiling party, see:

20 Minutes of Tesla Model 3 Video Footage (Exclusive)

Tesla Model 3 — Exclusive Test Track Photos

For more information (and more pics/videos) on the Tesla Model 3, see:

Insider Reveals Photos, Videos Of Tesla Model 3

Tesla Model 3 Shown Off At Employee Party (New Images)

Tesla Model 3 Progress, Gigafactories 1–5, Tesla Insurance … (Tesla 4th Quarter & 2016 Financials Call & Report)

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