It was previously reported that Tesla is developing a facelifted Model 3, code-named "Highland", and this information is likely to be accurate.
It was previously reported that Tesla is developing a facelifted Model 3, code-named "Highland", and this information is likely to be accurate. Because some netizens posted photos on Twitter that suspected to expose the upcoming facelift Model 3, the photos showed that the front and rear of the car were mostly camouflaged, and Tesla's license plate was also used.

Twitter user omg_Tesla/Rivian spotted the prototype in a parking lot in Santa Cruz, California, and took a video and several photos that show even through the camouflage what the Tesla Model 3 will do. some changes.

For example, what appears to be a camera on top of the headlights can be seen , whereas the current model does not. If it is a camera, its function may be to eliminate blind spots, or it may be to improve the "observation" ability of the vehicle during automatic driving.

Considering the front is also camouflaged through the hood, guess this is due to a new front bumper design and maybe even a new hood (otherwise it wouldn't bother to fit the hood all the way to the windshield).

The rear is also camouflaged, with only the sides of the light clusters leaked, though, the taillights themselves don't appear to be any different.

Also, just like the front, the entire rear bumper is hidden, as is the boot lid, strongly hinting at a new design for those places.

Reuters previously reported that Tesla is developing a facelifted Model 3, according to four people familiar with the matter, aimed at cutting production costs and making the five-year-old electric sedan more attractive.

According to sources, Tesla's Shanghai Gigafactory will start production of the facelifted Model 3 in the third quarter of 2023.
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