In a world of mass production, Tesla’s factory-level design team has a reputation for crafting sleek, futuristic designs, even if they’re built to scale.
In a new Axios article, a former Tesla design engineer talks about the challenges and the challenges of designing a car vent that’s perfect for the Model 3.
The article features images of the car’s interior, including the hood, trunk, and trunk lid, as well as its trunk door.
The hood is a standard model.
The Model 3 is expected to have a top-of-the-line interior, with a lot of space.
In the article, the former engineer reveals that Tesla engineers have created a design that’s a step up from other cars, in the vein of the Porsche 911.
The Model 3 will have a lot more headroom, thanks to a rear bench seat that sits on a wall.
The front seats will have more legroom than the Model S.
The interior also has a lot less headroom.
The company will also use a lot fewer seats.
In fact, the company is looking at building only 13 Model 3 models in 2018, down from a peak of 33 Model S and P85D vehicles in 2017.
The article also features an interview with the former Tesla engineer.
The engineer says that the Model III interior is more “designed to be driven by you.”
The article goes on to talk about the new design’s “luxury” exterior design.