Revamped Tesla Model 3 Project Highland Outed In New Photo

There have been rumors of a newly refreshed Tesla Model 3 for a long time, with Project Highland thought to be the name for the work going into updating the vehicle. Now, a new photo appears to have leaked the new look ahead of a public unveiling.

The new look was shared to Reddit and if legitimate it’s clear that there are some notable changes going into this refresh.

The leaked photo shows a new set of headlights that NotaTeslaApp notes match up with previous reports. There are no flights anymore, and it’s likely that they’ve been moved into the main headlight cluster rather than removed altogether.

We’re unfortunately unable to see the new central bumper camera that we’re expecting thanks to the removal of ultrasonic sensors, but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t there.

It’s also thought that the side mirror appears to be slightly narrower than the one we’re used to, while also appears to be less Tesla branding going on here as well.

There’s no telling when Tesla will be officially unveiling this revamped Model 3, but the fact that at least one is sitting in storage right now would heavily suggest that something is likely to be announced relatively soon. Production has been rumored to begin in the third quarter of 2023 however, with a revamped Model Y following after that.

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