NEW YORK — Tesla Model 3 models come with more advanced suspension, and the company is adding more to the lineup to make them even more responsive.
The company on Tuesday rolled out the Model 3 and Model X sedan with more sophisticated suspension, while the Model X crossover and X pickup are getting the Model S suspension upgrade, Tesla said.
Tesla has said Model 3 will get an active suspension system, which can control the amount of lift the car exerts.
Its more aggressive than the Model Y sedan, which has a smaller battery pack, and is built to be a more powerful, less-efficient sports car.
A Model 3 model includes the Model L sedan, the Model Z sports sedan, a Range Rover Sport and a new version of the Model C. Tesla says the Model 4 sedan and Model 5 pickup are on the way, but no pricing has been announced.
Like other cars, the model 3 will come with upgraded versions of the company’s Autopilot and Autopress features, and Tesla said the system will be able to detect when the car is in autonomous mode and send the car to the garage to prepare.
Tesla has made the Model III a premium sedan in the past, but the company has not released prices for the new vehicles.
It also said its vehicles will have a higher range than before, up to 310 miles per charge.
Tesla said its Model 3 SUV will be available in the United States in 2017.
In Europe, the company said it will offer a range of models in Europe starting at €60,000 ($65,000) in 2019.
At the same time, Tesla will be offering an “Autopilot” package, which includes advanced safety features, including a lane-keeping assist system, a front and rear lane-keep assist, a lane change warning and automatic parking detection.