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Tesla starts locking down features on entry-level Model 3

Tesla starts locking down features on entry-level Model 3

Tesla's entry-level Model 3 has been available to order for a while (lately in limited form ), but early buyers have technically been getting more -- without the promised software lock, drivers were effectively getting the upgraded Standard Range Plus car. Unfortunately for them, the party appears to be over. Electrek has learned that Tesla is starting to sell Standard Range cars with the features locked down. Reader Marc Bunton noted that his new Model 3 came with a 220-mile max range, no Autopilot, no live maps, no fog lights and limited seat heating.