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Video Shows Tesla’s New Model 3 Performance ‘Ludicrous’ in the Wild

Video Shows Tesla’s New Model 3 Performance ‘Ludicrous’ in the Wild

An eagle-eyed Tesla fan caught footage of a new Model 3 Performance Ludicrous rolling up in Valencia, Spain. Of course, the car enthusiast uploaded the footage to X (formerly Twitter). In the post, they noted the vehicle was being filmed, perhaps for promotional materials.

Upon seeing the footage of the new Tesla Model 3 Ludicrous, Tesla investor Sawyer Merritt weighed in, noting updates to the design. On X, Merritt highlighted performance seats, wheels with aero caps, red brake calipers, a front splitter, a Ludicrous badge at the rear, lowered suspension, and a rear spoiler.

“Even though it looks similar, the rear badge is not a Plaid badge. It’s a Ludicrous badge”, Merritt added in a follow-up tweet.

Tesla Fans Go Wild for Model 3 Ludicrous Footage

Of course, Tesla fans on X went electric for the Tesla Model 3 Ludicrous footage. “Model 3 ludicrous will probably be the best vehicle you can buy from Tesla,” one fan gushed. “The closest thing to a pocket rocket until Roadster. Going to be such a fun drive,” another fan speculated. “This is going be a beast isn’t it,” another fan agreed.

Other fans seemed to be worried about the sleek ride hitting their bank accounts. “Why does Tesla have to keep doing this? Oh my gosh this is a gorgeous car,” one Tesla fan opined. “I think this might be my next depreciating asset,” another Tesla lover agreed. “This will be the greatest sports car in the world, especially considering value!” another Tesla fan proclaimed.

Meanwhile, Tesla’s Cybertruck continues to make waves. Footage of Kim Kardashian driving her new Cybertruck last week also made their way to X (formerly Twitter). The reality TV personality was snapped arriving at a nearby Starbucks in her vehicle.

Kardashian also shared an image of her Tesla Cybertruck on her Instagram Story. The photo showcased the rear and right profile of the vehicle, embellished with raindrops. Her car flaunted bold angles and sleek lines, coated in a deep silver color.

Of course, as per the Tesla website, the vehicle is not painted. Rather, it boasts a stainless steel exoskeleton. Priced at $60,000, this truck includes a rear bed, a front trunk, and additional space in a gear locker.

The Cybertruck, introduced by Tesla in 2019, boasts impressive specifications. With a range of 250-500 miles and an estimated 0 to 60 mph time of 2.9-6.5 seconds, it offers a unique blend of power and efficiency. According to the Tesla website, the Cybertruck provides superior utility compared to traditional trucks while delivering performance akin to a sports car.