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I'm from a small town in central Utah called Mt. Pleasant with about 2000 people. I've seen more "unusual" electrics there than I see in Salt Lake. One day I saw a Bolt going down the road. Last week when I was down there I saw two Teslas and I swear one was a Model 3. The tail lights had the downward bend and the headlights were long and high.
 

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I'm from a small town in central Utah called Mt. Pleasant with about 2000 people. I've seen more "unusual" electrics there than I see in Salt Lake. One day I saw a Bolt going down the road. Last week when I was down there I saw two Teslas and I swear one was a Model 3. The tail lights had the downward bend and the headlights were long and high.
A Model 3 will have no model designation badge as on the Model S, example "75D" or "100D". The door handles on a Model 3 are shaped like hockey sticks, on a Model S and Model X the door handles are straight. A Model 3 has no front grille, just solid color bumper matching the paint.
 

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This one didn't have a grill. I looked at the rear as it drove away and no model badge. It was also new; didn't have a permanent license plate yet. Still think it was a Model 3. It was also local. It turned down one of the local streets.
 
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