2018 Current Tesla Model Lineup

Tesla's electric designs have excited drivers for years. ProClip mounts are available for the Tesla lineup, giving drivers extra control over their rides.
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Tesla has redefined the world’s electric transportation. Well-known for its premium line of electric vehicles, the manufacturer landed over 198,000 Model 3 orders—making it one of today’s most popular electric cars.

The current Model 3 boasts a high-tech dashboard and a single-strip wood design. Providing a climate-control vent gap, the dash is clean, simple and conducive to warm rides and smooth-sailing entertainment.

The ride has several places for ProClip mount installment. Lacking a gauge cluster, the Model 3 features a left-hand speedometer atop its landscape-oriented screen. If you want to drive in style, relieve your smartphone fiddling with a ProClip installation. In the meantime, check out our rundown of comparable Tesla models: The Model S and the Model X.

The Tesla Model S

The Model S first rolled out in June 2012. The full-sized, five-door vehicle is a lift-back—which is unique in the electric car category. Available in several configurations, the Model S has several performance, interior and exterior options available.

The Tesla Model X

The Tesla Model X, meanwhile, serves as the manufacturer’s memorable full-size crossover SUV. It was introduced back in September 2015, and it’s available in many configurations. With multiple performance, interior and exterior design choices available, the Model X is a great pick for families and road-travel lovers.

Comparison to the Model 3

The Model 3 prioritizes cost efficiency well. Featuring a full electric powertrain, it’s drivable with rear-wheel and all-wheel drive. It can travel up to 215 miles on a single charge, which is a little less than the Model S and Model X. Still, its purchase price may attract economical drivers seeking today’s leading electric driving technology.

If you’re into speed, the Model X might satiate your appetite. Able to reach 0 to 60 miles per hour in 3.8 seconds, the Model X also serves as the industry’s go-to “quick” electric model.

Outfit your electric car choice with the best smartphone mounting solution around. ProClip can be installed on each Tesla model, regardless of your pick. If you want to bring your new-age ride to the next level, there’s no better option than ProClip.