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With the facelifted Tesla Model 3 (Highland) and Model Y now open for order in Malaysia, one key decision for potential buyers is choosing among Tesla's advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) - Autopilot, Enhanced Autopilot, and Full Self-Driving (FSD). Autopilot comes as a standard feature on both Tesla models, while Enhanced Autopilot and Full Self-Driving (FSD) are available as optional add-ons, priced at RM 16,000 and RM 32,000, respectively. In this article, we'll delve into these choice
Tesla has just rolled out its official online store in Malaysia. This online hub now lets you put your own stamp on your Tesla experience by offering a selection of accessories and lifestyle products. Curiously, the website only lists accessories for the Tesla Model Y, with no mention of the Model 3 as of our publication time. But here's a peek at what you can get for your Model Y: Glass Roof Sunshade - RM 570 Centre Console Trays - RM 250 Pet Liner - RM 680 All-Weather Rear Trunk Liner - RM 730
Between all that's new about the 2023 Tesla Model 3 Highland – that's coming to Malaysia by the end of this year – its interior has got an equally wide span of updates as the rest of the car has. Headlining the model's first major update in six years is a revamped exterior, now featuring slimmer LED lights up front and back, new wheels, and two new colours. The cabin rightfully has tons of new stuff, not least of all now coming with customisable LED ambient lighting, as well as customisable trim
After near-fanatical buzz surrounding it, the 2023 Tesla Model 3 Highland has finally been revealed to the world earlier this morning – and just as quickly, it has been announced for Malaysia as well. Headline figures, as is the case with this EV brand, is the price – the car starts from RM 189,000 for the Standard Range, while the Model 3 Long Range starts from RM 218,000. Both variants are open to order now on the website, with deliveries scheduled for late 2023. Naturally this is before speci
The first Tesla Supercharger in Malaysia, located at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, is now online. This marks a significant move following the establishment of Tesla Malaysia in July, signalling the company's commitment to sustainable energy transition. The Pavilion KL Supercharging station is equipped with 8 Superchargers. Integration with the Tesla vehicle and mobile app streamlines the charging process, enabling features like remote battery preconditioning and real-time monitoring of charging status
The EV world is characterized by ‘software-defined cars’ – vehicles that rely on software (as opposed to differentiated mechanical hardware) to deliver unique user experience. Such cars are also capable of adding new functions over time, thanks to over-the-air (OTA) software updates. Tesla epitomizes software-defined vehicles. Unlike other EVs, Tesla’s software updates improve not just the infotainment, but also the car’s driving capabilities. The Full Self-Driving (FSD) upgrade is one such exam