Tesla Model 3, Model S and Model X Sounds!

Have you ever heard a Tesla Model 3, Model S, or Model X?

This is just an idea for Elon Musk and his Tesla team, but I digress. After 11 months, Tesla finally delivered my Model 3. This is the understudy to the Model S, but it is quick, even with the standard motor. It goes 0-60 in 5.1 seconds. This is the same speed as 1995 Chevrolet Corvette LT1. Not bad for a base Model 3.  Being this is my first electric car, I found myself going faster than I should have due to no engine sound.

Tesla Model 3

As I was accelerating with no audible sound at all,  I got this idea. Flipping through the 15″ dashboard screen noticing ALL of the controls and settings that are accessed through the screen, I said to myself, “Why not download all of the coolest car engine sounds there are out there, synchronize it with the accelerator pedal and send it through the speaker system?” You would be able to pick your engine sound and volume of course and as you accelerate, you get that familiar sound of the engine, and not just any engine, a Ferrari,  Dodge Hemi or any other engine! Can you imagine the first ride of a passenger? You simply turn it on before you leave the parking lot and they think you have some massive engine under the hood. After a few miles, you simply dial down the volume to 0 and they look over at you like, “Hey your engine just died.” All you say is, “Gotcha! This is a Tesla dude!”

15 thoughts on “Tesla Model 3, Model S and Model X Sounds!”

    1. Yeah, the Model 3 is about the price of a Lexus, but the Model S is out of my price range. Tesla does funny things like this in their software updates, so I figure why not add an engine sound?

  1. Haha! That’s a super cool idea. Hope Elon Musk reads this post and incorporates this feature in the next models or just add this feature to the next software update.

    Sonali Rath

    1. I thought it would be something fun as well as maybe a transition for those of us that miss our engine noise. We could taper off of the throaty sound of the engine slowly.

    1. Yes it would be. Also, I bought a chrome number 4 and stuck it on the back of my model 3 Tesla as there aren’t any markings to tell which model it is. I just did it to mess with people.

    1. Tesla is trying to make electric cars affordable, but due to them not being produced in mass quantities yet, they still are around $40,000. Hopefully the price will come down in time.

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