If smart air suspension is offered on the M3 and you live where there is no snow,can you justify the cost?
Absolutely! I live in Southern California and use the adjustable air suspension almost daily. Driveways, major dips in roads, speed bumps and high curbs are just some of the reasons I make adjustments. The Tesla air suspension remembers the locations you raised the car in the past and when you get close to the same area will automatically raise the car. I also like the ride as opposed to the coils.
The roads in my state are horrible, I am planning to get the air suspension mostly for the comfort aspect. If it improves highway economy by automatically lowering the car that is just a perk.
It will probably be a necessary feature to have the towing hitch.
When are air suspension raise places going to be shared to the fleet?
Thank you kindly.
Interesting idea. For now, I prefer to set my own locations and not have my car changing based on others. Still an interesting point.
How much money will it cost to get the air suspension on the model 3?
Probably more than $1.00 and less than $1,000,000.00 I'd guess...
No one on this Forum knows. It's a $2500 option on the Model S and most likely the same on the Model X, but I didn't check.
You are correct!