1. Good Power
The power parameters of new Model 3, horsepower's about 300+ hp (240+ kW), torque is 400+ Nm, 0 to 100 acceleration in 5.6 seconds; BMW 3.0t is 250 kW, 450 Nm and 0 to 100 acceleration in 5.5 seconds. With the Model 3, you don't even have to look at the 3.0-t engines of BMW and Mercedes. Normally, you will feel that the distance of an intersection becomes shorter and the city becomes smaller.
2. Fast Response
Take the 3.0t engine as an example, in order to achieve the maximum torque of 450 Nm, you need to step on the accelerator to 5500-6500 rpm, that is, if you want to go fast, you need to press the accelerator hard or you need a rev climb to get maximum torque. For Tesla, a light pedal will explode the maximum torque, because the motor does not need to rotate.
3. Good Material
The Tesla's body is mostly aluminum, the brakes are Brembo 4-piston calipers, and the tires are Michelin PS3 high-performance tires.
4. Good Suspension Structure
The best suspension of BMW and Benz is the front double wishbone and the rear multi-link, and Tesla is this kind of suspension. A good suspension structure is the basis for the car to drive well.
5. The Center of Gravity is Low
The handling of the car has a lot to do with the center of gravity of the car. The Porsche 911 uses a horizontally opposed 6-cylinder engine, and the center of gravity is very low. Why BMW Benz can't handle better than Porsche is because it uses an inline engine with a better center of gravity. For example, if there is a box with a long cube, it is more stable to carry it sideways than to carry it vertically. And Tesla's center of gravity is lower than Porsche's, because the battery is at the bottom, in the middle of the car, which is unmatched by fuel vehicles.
6, Well Designed
Because there is no engine, the front can be designed very low, with good streamline and drag coefficient. The frameless doors are very stylish, and lowering the glass windows makes getting in and out especially easy. The design of the car is minimalist, and the design of the large screen is also the direction of future car interior design. The flat floor in the rear makes the rear seat more comfortable. Panoramic glass sunroof for better sight.
7. Cost Saving
Where Tesla shines most brightly is in its fuel expenditure margin
A Model Y vehicle that can travel 370 miles on a single charge costs $7.50, This works out at $0.02 per mile. That's $0.07 per mile if a gallon of gas costs $3.645 compared to a gasoline-powered SUV with a fuel efficiency of 48.7mpg. While the cost per mile is affected by differences in electricity and gas prices, in general, Tesla vehicles cost a lot less per mile than gas-powered cars.
8. Sense of Technology
Keyless entry, remote control of mobile app, large screen operation, application layout, voice control system, navigation system, etc., are all very comfortable. The very easy-to-use L2-level automatic driving makes long-distance driving very simple. And, the constant OTA upgrade, which is the cumulative result of Tesla's collection of customer driving data over the years, so that the use of the car continues to improve.
9. Easy to Charge
Continuously build Tesla super charging stations in various cities to make charging more convenient for car owners.
10. Environmentally Friendly
Accumulating science confirms that driving an electric car produces fewer greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants than a gasoline car in almost every part of the world. The internal combustion engine is a mature technology with only minor improvements over the past half century. By contrast, electric vehicles are still an emerging technology, and their efficiency and range continue to improve. On a global scale, dramatic changes in the way electricity is produced will further make electric vehicles cleaner.