Tesla Model 3 practicality & boot space

The Tesla Model 3 is not the roomiest of cars, particularly for rear passengers, but it is adequate for small families

Length Width Height Boot volume
4,690mm 2,080mm TBC 425 litres (front and rear combined)

By compact executive car standards, the Tesla Model 3 is more than good enough. Those up front will have no complaints at all, and there is a good amount of luggage space thanks to dual boots - one smaller one in the nose, and one at the back that’s accessed via a saloon-style bootlid. However, there are plenty of others in the class that offer better rear passenger space.

Tesla Model 3 interior space, storage & comfort

The Model 3 isn’t a car you buy for its practicality, but it will be fine for the average small family. Those up front are well catered for with two fixed cupholders and some useful cubby space in the centre console, pockets in the doors and a small glovebox, in addition to comfortable and broadly adjustable seats. Those in the back might feel a bit short of foot space, but knee- and head-room will be fine for an average-sized adult.

Boot space

The Model 3 has two boots - one in the nose of the car (often called a ‘frunk’) and one in the back. The opening that gives you access to the rear boot is a bit tight, but the luggage area itself is surprisingly deep, so getting a couple of big suitcases or a chunky buggy in will be fine.

There’s also underfloor storage that’s ideal for stowing away the charging cables, or the front boot is also a useful place to stick the cables if you’ve got the rear boot full of stuff.