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FourFourTimes review The new model is called the Model 3, and it has been rumored to be a smaller version of the Model 2.
That would be a great move, because the Model 1 was the smallest, lightest, and most affordable of the three, and the Model S was the cheapest.
The Model 3 is just a bit cheaper, but the Model II was cheaper.
(And the Model X, which was announced last year, was still a bit expensive.)
The Model III, on the other hand, is a little more expensive, but that’s not a huge deal because you get an aluminum body that looks like a Lamborghini Diablo.
The 3, however, comes with a battery pack that can deliver 6,000-mile range.
That means the Model III can hit 60 miles per hour in just 3.9 seconds and get to 80 miles per charge in about 4.2.
That’s not fast, but it’s more reliable than the Model V, which can do 60 mph in 2.9.
I haven’t driven the Model I, but I’d bet a good chunk of my money that the Model 4 would have comparable range, too.
The big change is the new rear-facing stereo, which is louder, more immersive, and has better stereo speakers.
You can also make your phone talk to your car with Siri.
All four cars come with eight-inch touch screens, though the Model C comes with two front-facing screens and two rear-mounted screens.
The models will be available in October.