Tesla CEO Elon Musk teased the upcoming Model 3 on Friday, by posting a video on Twitter of the “candidate version” of the vehicle taking its “first drive.”
As we reported last week, Tesla started production of release candidate Model 3 vehicles, which are cars made almost entirely on production machines in order to test both the production process and the vehicles themselves.
As part of ‘Tweetstorm’ today, Musk shared a short low-resolution video of the Model 3.
At first glance, there are no visible changes other than the fact that we can see the cameras for the Autopilot sensor suite. We can see the camera in the Tesla badge on the front fender and in the pillar on the side.
Maybe there are some slight adjustments to the front fascia and headlights, but again, the video is very low-res and it’s hard to tell.
Here’s the video in question:
First drive of a release candidate version of Model 3 pic.twitter.com/zcs6j1YRa4
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 24, 2017
It’s the first time that we see the Model 3 in another color than silver, red, or matte black.