Tesla Model 3 Performance EPA Range Updated to Over 300 Miles

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Tesla has updated its website for the Model 3 Performance, showing the latest U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimated range, which has now increased ever so slightly since the sport sedan’s launch in April.

The Model 3 Performance now shows a range estimate of 303 miles, up from 296 miles last month. That’s based on 20-inch Warp Wheels on summer tires.

This high-performance version of the Model 3 is eligible for up to $7,500 federal tax credits, and after the discount the price for eligible buyers goes to $47,990, which is cheaper than the Long Range Model 3 by $250. We’ve seen Tesla increase the price of the Model 3 Performance by $1,000 increments two times now.

With an EPA-estimate range estimate of 303 miles, that works out to 487 km. With a range surpassing 300 miles, that can play into the needs of buyers who want an electric car with at least 300 miles of range. But of course, this is 300 miles of range driving under perfect conditions. You may not get 300 miles in real-life driving.