It can happen after just a day. I see it on the rotors of our daily drivers in the driveway after just a day or so of not driving, like over the weekend and then looking at them on Monday morning.
I haven’t noticed any of that. Not that you actually interact with the touch screen much, I go days between actually touching it.
It’s great how Sci-Fi paves the way for reality
It’s my 2009 Pontiac G8 GT. As other cars have come and gone, I’ve kept this one in the back for 10 years now. It’s impractical and/or redundant in so many ways but I love it. The plan is to keep her forever.
Here’s the Model 3 getting a side pole impact test (versus a Lexus ES 350). Structure remains amazingly intact. Glass doesn’t shatter but spiders a bit. It’s probably laminated in the same way a windshield is to prevent shattering.
I was actually just talking to someone about that yesterday! I think it would be a great idea to have it on all of the windows and when the car is locked it would turn on. It would function as both security and also to keep the interior cool instead of putting a windshield sun shade.
It doesn’t, it’s just like a normal roof except it’s a sheet of glass instead of sheet metal.
I’ve seen a ton of posts on the Tesla Model 3 facebook group about owners picking up their Short Range+ trims already (that’s the $37,000 version).
Probably not. Originally the Model 3 had the orange roof on the top and rear panel. Mine only has it on the top panel because they came out with a new rear window that stays black. I imagine at some point they will come out with a top panel that stays black too, and will use that tech on the Model Y.
Good thing I have car insurance
Model 3 has a regular sedan style trunk. Interestingly though, it opens really high so if you have some cargo that needs to stick out the back, it doesn’t block your view out the back window
The only “problem” I’ve had in the cold was when I got a car wash and then drove a half hour to work. The ice had frozen around the door so I had to push harder than usual for it to open, but I imagine this is a thing that would affect most cars.
I used to have a Fiat 500 with a sunroof and I would close the shade. But now I have a Model 3 with the panoramic sunroof and it has really great tinting. Quite often I can look directly at the sun through the roof for several seconds at a time and I don’t get the burning sensation to look away.
Most of the people that are saying things probably aren’t Tesla owners. I can’t speak because I live in New England and the majority of my ownership has been during the winter, but I haven’t had any problems with the sun and my Model 3's panoramic roof yet.
Model 3 has a panoramic roof and it is available to buy today in the USA for $35,000.
The $35,000 Model 3 that is available to buy today has a panoramic roof, so I don’t see why the $39,000 Model Y would not have it.
That roof though!
Yes I forgot to mention that! I’m 6'2" and I don’t have the seat all the way back
Price for Performance trim is $54,250 after tax credit. If you want it in a color other than black or want Autopilot, add a couple thousand more.