2020 Tesla Model 3 review – the world's best electric car? | What Car?

In our 2020 Tesla Model 3 review, we spend two days putting this to the test in Europe to find out if it’s the world’s best electric car.

How fast is it? How much fun is it to drive? How far will it go on a full charge? What cool features does it have? Watch our Tesla Model 3 review to find out.

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28 Replies to “2020 Tesla Model 3 review – the world's best electric car? | What Car?”

  1. Lew Rodd

    There is no getting away from the fact that the Tesla Model 3 is an extremely good electric vehicle, aesthetically however the cockpit consists solely of a steering wheel and a central 12.3 inch TV screen and is as welcoming as a motel room, it has everything you need but completely lacks any of the things humans love about driving, it's almost post war Russian in design, functional and efficient but completely lacking in character or style. Compare the Model 3 the the E-Niro and you will see what I mean.

  2. George Hanson

    From what I have seen , most experienced driver's want a car that ticks all the boxes . Can someone tell me how I am supposed to fit all my family luggage in the boot of this vehicle ? and I'll buy one , or am I missing something ? . The" RANGE "as most claim to be the most important thing , is unimportant as if the distance to be travelled is more than 200 miles , we get on a plane .

  3. Adrian

    I think this car should be legal on the UK roads you should be looking where you're going and not at a screen, it's as dangerous and distracting as using your mobile phone and that is and most definitely illegal.

  4. Les Kast

    Sorry but when I buy a new car I want to drive it.Also I had to be in total control behind the wheel this is dangerous.Peole have already been killed in this car having it on auto pilot.Stop being fucking lazy people

  5. Anthony p

    Hmm here’s the thing what’s stopping me from buying an ev, I’m more of a estate fan as I need the boot SUV and cross overs seem pointless not much room for rear passenger and the size of the car versus our uk parking space are getting smaller. 2 as I have a Diesel car and live out side of London I don’t need to pay the tox charge untill next year which leads me nicely into the London mayor election will the tox charge be scrapped or will it become really expensive. 3 should I buy an ev plug in or hybrid or lease. Leasing very popular in USA. Untill UK gets briext done and a new government is in place I think we should wait let other manufacturers get their cars out for 2019/2020

  6. Lachlant1984

    Did I understand the Model 3 uses a different connector to the Model S or X? That's news to me, I didn't know that. I thought it used the same connector. Maybe in Eiurope it uses a different connector. I'm not sure if the Australian model uses the same connector or a different one.

  7. Max Vinhausen

    I heard that they made the seats better. Do you know if that is the new version of the seat? Thank you very much! I have watched a lot of Model 3 videos but yours is the best. Nuts and bolts of how to operate. 😀

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