Here I sit supercharging for the first time picking up a cool 340 miles of range per hour and I thought I would reflect on the first 2,000 miles of Model 3. First what’s that? Another Midnight Silver Model 3 with Sport Wheels on the background!?!??! Ok so here we go. I have had the car for 35 days and put on 2,118 miles as I sit here. An average of 60.5 miles per day or 22,087 for the year if I keep this pace. This is hands down, no comparison, the best car I have ever owned. My previous cars worth mention would be a 2002 Audi A4 with Quattro (my previous favorite). A 2007 Infiniti G35S with Manual Transmission (fun, but soul-less), and a 2014 Mercedes Benz CLA250 (hands down the worst Mercedes ever made). I have zero previous ownership in an EV let alone a hybrid. Other cars with decent seat time are 2001 Porsche 911, 2003 BMW M3, and 2017 Tesla Model S 75. The Audi was my first love. The Porsche and BMW were a blast to drive. The Model S is a dream. Well my Model 3 has been everything I could have ever hoped for and then some, which I didn’t think was possible. My few gripes remain the gripes I quickly caught in the first few days — closing the trunk just isn’t right (Premium Package probably should have had a power liftgate), the frunk is nice but closing it is also a pain, the side mirrors should have BSD, and finally the sun visors are a bit of an issue with low-ish sun from the side. None of that matters in the least. The driving dynamics in this car are stellar. From passing with a laser beam of acceleration from any speed. The car really hugs the road. The view from the driver’s seat is fantastic with nothing in front of you but glass. The A/C is equal parts elegant and freaking cool. Best yet it actually works well. Autopilot was the best last second decision ever. I use it every weekday to and from work 30+ highway miles each way. It’s a dream. It even got better in the last update. The screen. WOW! It’s vivid and crazy responsive. People are stunned when they see it. It works very well now and I know it’s only going to get better. The navigation is very easy to use and can be triggered by typing, voice, or grabbing an address from your contact list. All the glass. Amazing that even in South Florida we aren’t paying a heat penalty with all of this glass. The coating on the overhead pieces cuts all of the glare while still allowing you to look out with ease. One pedal driving is fantastic. The regen could be a pinch stronger, but it’s still highly effective and I hardly ever use the brakes. It’s just the total package. Nothing can compete EV or otherwise. I’m so excited to see more on the road even though I just met my car’s doppelgänger (there goes exclusivity) Anyway I think that’s all for now. I’m excited for everyone that has it and everyone that is about to get it more than anything! Looks like it was $4.84 for 96 miles of range EDIT: I left out the best part which is the community and everything that goes with it. It’s the first time I have felt apart of a car community since the early 2000’s with the Audi forums and big local get togethers. Seems like the superchargers can be mini get togethers which is neat!