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Tesla Model 3 Photos Flooding Instagram — Florida, Texas, New York, Ohio (+ Interesting Employee Car Agreement Details Leaked)

October 23rd, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan

In the past month, we've gotten multiple reports of Tesla Model 3s rolling around the streets of Florida, Texas, New York, and even Canada. Tesla staff, SpaceX staff, and reportedly Tesla engineers at certain stores needing to get familiar with the cars have been receiving early units. I finally decided to go grab some Model 3 spy shots from Instagram and Twitter in order to share the excitement here ... and I discovered that numerous new Model 3 photos have been hitting instagram in the past several hours

Candid Pics Of Tesla Model 3 At California Supercharger

July 30th, 2017 | by James Ayre

Pictures of the Tesla Model 3 are flying around the web now thanks to Tesla updating the Model 3 page and releasing a flurry of them to the press. Nonetheless, there's great value to candid shots that help us to better imagine what the car looks like in real life

Tesla Model 3 Spy Shot & Windshield Discussions

May 1st, 2017 | by Carolyn Fortuna

The Tesla Model 3, the most anticipated all-electric vehicle from the visionary Silicon Valley automaker, was spotted again, this time by a determined fan. On Saturday, a Model 3 sighting occurred with a fan's peek through a chain-link fence. The amateur photographer "decided to take a nice Saturday drive to the Tesla Fremont factory [and] found the test track."

Tesla Model 3 Sightings Galore (Including First Shots Of Blue Color)

April 9th, 2017 | by James Ayre

Now that Tesla has begun real-world testing of its Model 3 release candidate, sightings have started to become much more common. A number of interesting shots surfaced recently that have confirmed what the earlier batch we posted about (and the short video posted by CEO Elon Musk) seemed to show — the nose has been redesigned to look more conventional, and the interior seems to be about as simple and uncluttered as ever

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