By Duncan Brady – MotorTrend
For years after its debut in 2012, the Tesla Model S utterly dominated the electric luxury car market. That all changed in 2017 when Tesla released its second sedan, the Model 3, providing buyers a smaller, less expensive entry point to Tesla ownership. Don’t go thinking price is the Model 3’s only advantage, though; even if money is no object, there are reasons to go for the Model S’ little sibling. Keep reading to get the lowdown on the differences between these two electric cars.