Telsa is apparently adding a couple of new features to its Model 3 vehicles produced at its Fremont facility in southern California. According to reports by both Drive Tesla Canada and Electrek, the U.S. models will now include a wireless phone charger and USB-C ports.
As spotted by Drive Car Tesla, one user revealed on the Tesla Motors Club forum that both features are now the standard for any Model 3 cars built in the factory from June 4 and on. Mashable reached out to the automotive company for confirmation but no response was immediately forthcoming.
Tesla first introduced wireless charging and USB-C ports in its Model Y back in March 2020. Then, in May, the company also started to include the new charging options in its Model 3, but only for vehicles made in China.
Those who already own the Model 3 can still incorporate inductive charging into their