We have already seen a bunch of Model 3 release candidates in the last month or so, as Tesla is gearing up to get the EV into production. Unfortunately, most of the images and videos we have seen so far only show the exterior of the car, which means we haven’t had a chance to check out how the inside of the production-ready vehicle looks like. Until now.

Another Model 3 release candidate has recently been spotted on the road near Tesla’s headquarters. Teslarati has managed to obtain a few images someone took, one of which gives us a better look at the interior of the EV.

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Based on the photos, the Model 3 doesn’t have a heads up display and features a large landscape infotainment system, which can also be used to control certain functionalities of the vehicle. We can also see what looks like a bamboo interior finish that runs across the entire dashboard. You can check out the images in the gallery below.


This just might be the final version of the Model 3’s dashboard based on the fact that Tesla doesn’t really have a lot of time to implement any big changes. The production of the Model 3 is scheduled to kick off in July. The company is already getting prepared for the big day and has recently received a large number of robots that will be used for various Model 3 production duties.

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