Tesla Model 3


Since launching in the UK in the summer of 2019, the Tesla Model 3 has taken the market by storm. It's won countless awards, including the UK Car of the Year 2020. It accounted for 16% of all new car sales worldwide in 2019. And it's an increasingly common sight on the roads. The Model 3 has three options; Standard Range Plus, Long Range and Performance, for you to customise the car to your needs.

Standard Range Plus
  • Rear-Wheel Drive

  • 18" Aero wheels

  • All black interior

  • 12-way power adjustable heated front seats

  • 30 days Premium Connectivity

  • Autopilot

Long Range
  • Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive

  • 18" Aero wheels

  • All black interior

  • 1 year Premium Connectivity

  • LED fog lamps

  • Autopilot

  • Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive

  • 20" All-Grey Performance wheels

  • 1 year Premium Connectivity

  • Premium audio

8 year waranty

or 100,000 miles

Charging time: Fast (7kW) 24 mph Rapid (50kW) 160mph


It's stuffed to it's shiny brim with technology, some of which blows our minds today, and some of which will blow our minds in the future, including the Tesla Autonomous driving computer, automatic updates to the vehicle and a range of safety features.

5 seats


5 star

NCAP Rating

Savings: Tesla vs Audi A4 Sedan

Model 3




Audi A4



Model 3





Audi A4





Savings per month 

Savings over a 4 year period



*based on year one benefit in kind rates at a 40% income tax bracket and income of £55,000

**based on 10,000 annual miles using Octopus Go to charge, fuel prices as of 23rd March 2020

Company Car Tax*

Fuel based on 10,000 annual miles**

Vehicle Excise Duty


 It’s a supercar-style kick in the back, but one which doesn’t relent for gear changes (as of course there aren’t any) and feels linear in its delivery. Wired The Tesla Model 3 is not just a smaller version of the Model S. It's better than a Model S in so many areas.
Charlie Fraser Octopus Electric Vehicles

Driving experience

The Tesla Model 3 allows you to customise your drive, from steering style, to regenerative braking settings and launch mode you really can make it your own. The drive is smooth, and once you get used to the screen rather than a traditional dash, it is seamless. 


0-62 MPH



cold city weather

Standard range plus

5.6 secs

237 miles

185 miles

Long Range

4.1 secs

348 miles

270 miles


3.2 secs

329 miles

260 miles


It’s a supercar-style kick in the back, but one which doesn’t relent for gear changes (as of course there aren’t any) and feels linear in its delivery.
-Charlie Fraser Octopus Electric Vehicles

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