A few months ago, Tesla made the announcement that it was working on a Model 3 refresh. However, the Model 3 Project Highland from the company has leaked before its official release, giving us a glimpse of the updated electric vehicle.
For those who aren't aware, the Model 3 refresh's's codename is "Project Highland." The upcoming EV is anticipated to have a number of updates and refreshes. These updates might include changes to its external design, infotainment system, and more. The Project Highland is anticipated to start in the third quarter of this year, as of right now, for the American automaker. The new EV was recently spotted in the US, and the most recent sighting revealed more about its design.
A Redditor reportedly provided us with a first-hand look at the Tesla Model 3 Project Highland in an image. Parts of the EV are still hidden in this image, but we can still see the refreshed model's's front. The headlights are one of the more noticeable changes that can be seen right away. The headlight design of the next-generation Model 3 seems to be akin to the Tesla Roadster or even the Model S.
Compared to the version that is currently available for purchase, the headlights are sleeker and have a more sporty appearance. The absence of the fog lights is another notable feature that stands out. In addition to this, the front bumper appears to have undergone changes. The upcoming Model 3 refresh has frequently been seen with protective covers on the front ends, so the veracity of this image being a Project Highland leak is still in doubt. So keep an eye out for more information on this subject.