The Tesla Model 3 is a big step up from the previous models. The list of new features is long and still growing. I have never used this car, but those who used they said: “The performance and features of this car are great”. Here are some of the hidden features that you must know about.
The USB ports are located in the front console and the rear console. These come in handy when you want to charge your phone, laptop, tablet, or any other device that plugs into a USB port. You can use them to power your electric toothbrush too!
The first thing I noticed about these ports was that they were covered by a flap, making them easier to access than other car models that have their ports exposed. This design makes it easier for Tesla drivers who may be distracted while driving (like me).
The Tesla Model 3 has several features that make it so much more than just a car. One of these features is HomeLink, which allows you to remotely control your garage door, sunroof, and trunk.
When you press the HomeLink button on the steering wheel, it will open all three doors. The Tesla Model 3 can also be programmed to open and close your garage door by itself when the car is parked within 25 feet of it. Simply hold down the button for five seconds and then release it when prompted on-screen so that you can program your home’s settings into your vehicle’s system:
Phone As Key
The Tesla app can be used to unlock your car, start the car and check its battery level. In addition, you can use your phone as the key!
To do this:
- Download the Tesla app from Apple or Google Play stores
- Register in the app and allow it to access the location services of your phone (if prompted)
- On ‘Settings’, go to ‘Remote Access’ > ‘Keyless Entry’ and enable ‘Use My Phone As A Key
Summon is a feature of the Model 3 that allows the vehicle to self-park or drive itself. When you’re in your garage and want to get out of your car, Summon can be activated from outside the vehicle (when it’s within 200 feet). With Summon, you can use your key fob or touchscreen to tell your car where you want it parked as soon as someone gets into the car.
The feature is also useful when parking in tight spaces where other vehicles are parked closely together or parallel parking on a narrow street. In these situations, it’s sometimes difficult for drivers who have limited mobility issues such as arthritis in their hands or feet.
Some people may have difficulty bending down at all times due to injuries sustained while serving our country overseas—Summon makes it easier for them too!
You can now keep your dog cool and comfortable while you’re away from the car with the new Dog Mode. This feature will be available to all Tesla Model 3 owners in the next software update, which is expected to reach all vehicles soon.
Tesla has made it easy for pet owners who want to leave their dogs in the car without worrying about them running out of air conditioning.
All you have to do is press a button on the touchscreen when you are ready to leave and then select “Dog Mode.” Depending on what type of climate control setting you have selected, it can take up to 20 minutes for your Tesla Model 3’s interior temperature to rise above 45°C (113°F).
The Tesla Model 3 has a very useful feature called “Quick Start.” When this feature is enabled, you can start your car by tapping a button on the Tesla app. If you have already opened the app, there will be an orange button labeled “Start Car.” Simply tap this button and your car will start in less than one second!
The Quick Start feature is very convenient if you want to warm up or cool down your vehicle before driving it, but it also makes starting your Model 3 much easier if you live in an area where temperatures fluctuate greatly during the winter months.
You may not have time to warm up or cool down your car before driving off into the cold weather each morning; with Quick Start enabled, however, all it takes is one tap of a button and that’s all it takes!
Another thing to consider is the range. If you want to drive in the city, this is a great option for you. But if you plan on driving around for long distances, then maybe it would be a good idea to go with a larger battery that allows you to drive further without charging your car.
The Tesla Model 3 has an optional upgrade of 70 kWh from its standard battery of 50 kWh which will give you more range and power while driving.
The price may seem steep but if you’re looking for an EV that performs well on all levels, then this could be one option worth considering.
You must know about these secret features of the Tesla Model 3
The Tesla Model 3 is a fully electric luxury sedan that’s the most affordable car in the lineup. It has a range of 310 miles, 0-60mph acceleration time of 5.6 seconds and top speed of 140mph. It also has an optional 130kWh battery pack (which does not extend its range) that allows for faster acceleration times and higher top speeds:
So guys these are enough for today. Comment what’s your opinion about these hidden features of Tesla Model 3. Thanks for reading till the end.