Tesla’s electric cars are equipped with a ton of exciting new features, and one that's catching a lot of attention is the “Smart Air Suspension.” As of now, it’s become a standard on Model S and Model X. What does it do? In short, it gives the driver the ability to move the vehicle up or down where it’s needed, either manually or automatically. It looks like that option will also be added to future Model 3 units.
IGN editor Ryan McCaffrey asked Elon Musk over Twitter if the “Smart Air Suspension” option was coming out for the Model 3 in the future. Musk responded that it would be “in about six months or so” and it’s “linked to dual motor config.”