As noted in the VIN decoder document sent by Tesla, all Model S, Model X and Model 3 can be identified by the “5YJ” that’s set in the first three characters of the vehicle’s VIN. The three digits represents what’s referred to as the World Manufacturer Identifier (WMI) and uniquely identifies the manufacturer of the vehicle.Is Tesla Model 3 sports car?
Tesla's Model 3 compact sports sedan is the company's first attempt at a mass-market electric car. It is aimed at competitors like the Audi A4 and BMW 3 Series--but unlike those cars, the Tesla doesn't consume a drop of fuel.What is the size of a Tesla Model 3?
The Tesla Model 3 is a little bit wider and longer than a BMW 3 Series with a 4,694mm length and 1,849mm width. It’s 1,443mm tall and has a long wheelbase of 2,875mm (the 3 Series’ is 2,810mm) to help maximise interior space.