Model 3 RWD LR VIN 27xxx Scanning through forums after I felt this recently that my model 3 has lost some of its power. There are a lot of reports of this. Apparently it stems back around the 18.3 update but can’t be sure exactly which update it was. But it seems Tesla slipped this in which has lowered the power of the motor. There have been many reports of how much better the car can do 0-60 with VBOX data. Getting 4.6s and 4.7s/4.8s respectively with 75-95% SOC. This now cannot be replicated as the motor has been muted a little. Now getting 0-60 around 5.3 seconds. Notice how Tesla has now changed the 0-60 times for the RWD on the order page to 5.4s (the old standard battery specs, if I’m correct) changed from the original posted 5.1 spec. What’s going on? If they were only muting the initial jerk and twist of the torque to protect the motor for warranty repair costs it wouldn’t change the 0-60 times by much at all. So I believe they have muted our vehicles to further differentiate the AWD and P models. AWD is spec’d At 4.7s and you can’t have two cars that have similar specs for sales. If this is all true I am disappointed. Because I didn’t ask for this. My car has definitely slowed down a bit. It doesn’t throw you back in the seats like when I first got it. I contacted Tesla, and they were angry that I would insinuate this and didn’t give me a straight answer but the VBOX data doesn’t lie. It’s almost a second slower now. Please inquire if you have experienced this. There is not a lot of in depth discussion about this topic but now that we have 3 model 3 trims out it seems like a business plan from Tesla to further push the faster more expensive vehicles.