A leaked image of what appears to be a facelifted Tesla Model 3 has surfaced online, showing the car with an all-new front end.
The fully electric sedan was reportedly spotted in a building in an unknown location where it was found sitting under a cover, subsequently having its photo taken and posted to Reddit.
It’s possible the freshly faced Model 3 is part of the model’s ‘Project Highland’ update which will see changes made to both the car’s front and rear fascia, as well as the interior.
Among the changes are a set of completely redesigned LED headlights which look as if they have been inspired by the more sleek units found on the Roadster.
The front fog light portion of the bumper has also been removed in favour of a smoothed off and more smiley face.
Otherwise, the rest of the body looks similar to the current iteration of the Model 3 as indicated by its wing mirrors, roofline and doors.
We can also make out a new instrument cluster positioned in front the driver which sits alongside the usual central-mounted infotainment touchscreen.
Production of the facelifted Model 3 is said to commence in the third quarter of 2023 while a similar update is expected for the Model Y not long after.