The Tesla Model 3 exists in three versions: the basic model (€53,490), the Long Autonomy variant (€62,490) and the Performance (€66,490, designed for those looking for a truly sporty electric sedan. Thanks to a Adapted management of its powertrain and the cooling of its batteries, this Model 3 Performance impresses with its acceleration and its dynamic efficiency, including on the circuit where the American shows a very surprising agility and even a pleasant dynamic behavior At its presentation in 2019, Tesla’s communicators already promised us the arrival of a Track pack to make this Model 3 Performance even more efficient in extreme driving.
Three years later, this Track pack finally appears in the French catalog of the brand. It costs €5,990 and is made up of Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires with a semi-slick profile (size 245/35ZR20 XL), specific 20-inch “Zero-G” rims with central bolts, BLE tire pressure sensors and high performance front and rear brake pads.
Less autonomy, necessarily
Tesla specifies that this Track pack will reduce the autonomy of the Model 3 Performance, which seems logical given the size of the rims and the radical profile of the semi-slick tires. You will need to schedule maintenance at a Tesla Service Center to equip your Model 3 Performance with this pack. And afterwards, do you dare to plan a few track days with your Tesla equipped in this way? Theoretically, there is probably something to fly in the feathers of owners of BMW M3 or Mercedes C63 AMG on the track…