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The Long Range Tesla Model 3 Is Back

The Tesla Model 3 Long Range model has been re-added to Tesla’s website. It offers 325 miles of range and a top speed of 145 MPH. The Long Range model costs $47,240 (excluding the destination fee). The Tesla Model 3 Long Range was discontinued last August due to a long wait list, according to Elon Musk. Musk said that it would be reintroduced after Tesla scaled up production.

The 325-mile range offered by the Model 3 Long Range is a significant improvement from Tesla’s early offerings, which entailed buying the most expensive Model S for over $90,000 to get even 300 miles of range. 325 miles for $47,240 is a step in the right direction because it puts the range that customers want at a much more affordable price.

It is likely that most people won’t even need the Long Range model because most Americans drive less than 30 miles per day, and most people around the world drive shorter distances than that. However, range anxiety is widespread and makes the range of electric vehicles seem like a greater issue than it truly is. If you’re worried about 200 or 300 miles of range, remember that people often drive out their gas-powered cars with a quarter tank of gas (and sometimes less) and no fear.

That means they are driving out with less than 100 miles of range in the case of most sedans. Add the fact that there are charging stations across most of the country and that you can charge at home and leave with a fully charged battery and you’ll have nothing to worry about. All you need to do is factor in the distance when planning your trips.

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