Tesla Launches Cat A-Friendly Model 3 In Singapore

Tesla Launches Cat A-Friendly Model 3 In Singapore

Gerald Yuen
Gerald Yuen
18 May 2024

How much is the Tesla Model 3 rear-wheel drive 110?

All Tesla vehicles are eligible for the EV Early Adoption Incentive and Vehicular Emission Schemes, offering a rebate of up to S$40,000. The Model 3 Rear-Wheel Drive 110 is priced from S$186,776, which includes a S$93,604 Category A COE as of 8 May 2024. It is now available for order at Tesla experience centres and on the Tesla website.

How different is this Cat A-eligible Tesla Model 3 from the Cat B rear-wheel drive Model 3?

This trim of the Model 3 is customised for Singapore's vehicular landscape, with exterior styling optimised for aerodynamics. It can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 8.6 seconds and has a single-charge range of up to 513km (WLTP), enough for 11 round trips between Toa Payoh Experience Centre and Jewel Changi Airport.

When can I receive my Tesla Model 3 rear-wheel drive 110?

Delivery of the Model 3 rear-wheel drive 110 is expected to begin in June 2024. New owners of any brand-new Model 3 or Model Y can receive a complimentary Tesla Wall Connector, valued at S$790, subject to home eligibility and installation conditions, while stocks last.

How many Tesla superchargers are there in Singapore?

As of today, Tesla operates over 11 Supercharging stations with 33 Superchargers and 10 Destination Charging stations with 39 Destination Chargers. The Tesla App allows owners to check the availability and status of chargers and provides navigation to the selected charging station.


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