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Discussion in 'Design' started by @gravityrydr, Aug 11, 2017.
What about the standard interior. Has anyone seen it?
At this moment, Tesla is only producing long-range Model 3's with premium interiors. So, until "first production" stops, there will not be any standard interiors. But, we expect a black trim instead of the open pore wood decor and textile seating (cloth). In addition to that, the roof will be metal over the driver and front passenger's heads. Manual seats will be six-way adjustable.
Elon and a few of his top folks... on paper...
I assume the standard interior will be similar to the lowest level Model S interior. I guess the question I should have posed is what is the bottom level Model S interior like?
I really only need the long range battery and the only way to get that early is getting the premium interior package.
$49,000 is really more than I can spend. I've already been told selling one of the kids is out of the question.
It used to be Parents could supplement child rearing expenses by renting out their kids for the Summer at Grandma & Granddad's house as cheap labor to tend the barn and garden.
Two things I would not want from the basic interior would be cloth seats and no console. I have never seen a Tesla with the cloth seats, so I'm not sure what they are like. Early model S's had that "yacht floor" instead of today's console. I'm guessing the 3's seat coverings will be the same as the cloth in today's models and it will have something close to that yacht floor.
Fwiw, I would expect 3rd party console solutions for the yacht floor, as there were with the model S and you can get a pretty nice set of close-to-OEM-fitment leather or vegan leather seat covers installed for around a grand.
I think instead it will have similar bins as the premium, but without cover/lids.
I think you're right. Looks like I missed this from the model 3 features page at Tesla.com:
"Center console with open storage and two USB ports"