Yesterday we brought you an up close look at a brand new 2021 Tesla Model 3, one of the first delivered in Canada.
Thanks to the lucky new owner Ken, we were also able to experience the much talked about laminated (double pane) windows. Even though we have already seen pictures of them, they are actually much smaller/thinner than expected, and should be able to be installed in older Model 3’s.
When it comes to noise, we have already showed you the first road noise test the other day. With just a smartphone app used to measure the sound, it didn’t exactly produce scientific results.
We did attempt to take a video on our drive, but it didn’t really produce anything that would give you a sense of the change in cabin noise. While there didn’t appear to be much of a difference in road noise, it did seem like there was a reduction in the amount of wind noise entering the cabin.
Hopefully we see some real tests soon to see if there is a measurable improvement with the laminated windows.
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First impression after experiencing the new laminated windows on the Tesla Model 3 – not a huge difference in road noise, but there was a difference in the wind noise coming into the cabin pic.twitter.com/jIO1ftMrrU
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