The Tesla Model 3 is promising to be the car of the century, or perhaps the most pivotal car in the history of humanity. Approximately 400,000 people have reservations last we heard. You are probably one of them, but are you ready?
What will you need in order to charge the Model 3? How are the back seats? What about storage space? What options will be available? What is amazing about the Model 3? Wait a second ... what is an electric car in the first place?
These questions and more are answered in a new book, Getting Ready for Model 3, from our good friends over at EV Annex. It includes a wealth of information for Tesla fanatics and EV newbies alike. The book covers:
Don't be afraid the book will go over your head — it is superbly accessible and offers some of the clearest, most concise explanations of technical topics that I've ever seen.
And don't be afraid that there's nothing new in there. The author of Getting Ready for Model 3 is an accomplished engineer who rode in the Model 3 on unveiling night. He has insights that I haven't read or heard from anyone else, and he has unique ideas that I think are worth considering.
I spent 2 hours on the Tesla test track on Model 3 unveiling night, alongside photographer and writer Kyle Field, and I'm happy to say that many of those photos found a home in this pioneering Model 3 book.
If you'd like a free chapter of Getting Ready for Model 3 before buying it, or if you just want to pester the Tesla fanatics behind it, you can do so here.