Tesla Model 3 interior gets photoshopped to look more traditional in CBS segment



The Tesla Model 3’s inside is among the most revolutionary and tech-centric in the current marketplace, with a minimalistic theme that is dominated by a 15-inch center touchscreen. Considering all the vehicle’s controls exclusively accessed through the touch display and a couple of scroll wheels on the steering wheel, the Model 3’s inside can also be among the very polarizing.

During the vehicle’s unveiling, Tesla Chief of Design Franz von Holzhausen emphasized the vehicle’s inside is the most satisfying, revolutionary, and revolutionary part of this Model 3. The programmer included the Model 3’s spartan inside is aesthetically pleasing and functional, and that it is intended to create the car feel as broad as possible. A amount of Model 3 owners have attested to this. 

Inasmuch as von Holzhausen’s words are accurate, the Model 3’s inside has also brought a remarkable amount of criticism. Skeptics claimed the Model 3’so called 15-inch display is a distraction and a magnet for both injuries, while others lamented the lack of physical controls such as knobs, buttons, and buttons on the automobile. 

The Tesla Model 3’s inside. (Photo: Andres GE)

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The graphic designers (or even interns possibly?) From CBS Evening News appears to belong in the latter camp. During a recent section with server Norah O’Donnell concerning the risks of technologies for senior drivers, the press outlet chose to utilize a graphic that depicted a very tech-heavy car inside. Interestingly, CBS’ vehicle of choice was that the Model 3, which made sense considering the car’s technologies. 

Interestingly, CBS chose to give the Model 3 inside a small facelift, so by mixing it together with what appears like a center console in the 2010 Subaru Legacy. That way, the section ’s graphic of selection emphasized those huge touchscreens seen in automobiles today and, curiously, both the buttons and knobs of a comfortable, conventional center console. For good thing, CBS chosen to overlay Apple CarPlay about the Model 3’s display too. 

(Credit: CBS Evening News with Norah O’Donnell/Facebook)

The end consequence of this Model 3-Subaru inside is strange, to say the least, and probably enough to get a few laughs (or even some large facepalm, perhaps) from Franz von Holzhausen. But an individual could appreciate CBS searching to Tesla’s inside layout in its own electric cars to be a symbol of the rising amount of technology in automobiles. 

Amusing images apart, CBS’s topic in its latest section is a somber one. The section was founded on a recent AAA study, which noted that seniors are struggling with the technologies being built into vehicles today. Nevertheless, a vital element of those touch displays is the user interface and also how friendly it is for motorists. This is something which Tesla has steadily advanced over time, and it is one which the company continues to improve with every iteration of its in-car software. It is also something that some heritage carmakers have fought with, as evidenced by the somewhat complicated menus in the Jaguar I-PACE which were called out with some reviewers of their all-electric vehicle before. 

View an excerpt from CBS’s segment in the video below. 

The article Tesla Model 3 inside has photoshopped to look more conventional in CBS section appeared initially on TESLARATI.

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