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Are the old Model 3 "turbine style" wheels back?

by Eva Fox November 02, 2019

Are the old Model 3 "turbine style" wheels back?

Tesla Model 3 is an electric five-seat sedan manufactured by Tesla. The model was unveiled on March 31, 2016.
The car was presented with stunning "turbine style" wheels, but never bring to the market.

 

When Tesla opened the doors to its Model 3 online configurator, reservation holders were only given two wheel options for the vehicle — the standard 18-inch Aero Wheels and the 19″ Sport Wheels.
Recently, Tesla Model Ywas spotted with "turbine style" wheels.
Photo taken from tweet on Twitter




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