Although it has been an uncertain year for Tesla’s production schedule and everyone’s personal finances, this probably hasn’t stopped anyone who wants one of their cars from thinking about it all the time.
The Model 3 of 2021 is finally off the line, but the first vehicles were designed for foreign owners, and now may be a good time to stop at big purchases with so many potentially changing world events. Enter the 2021 Tesla Model 3 handout event.
Instead of missing $ 37,990 and waiting for cars to hit the North American market, why not see if you can get a Tesla by sheer luck?
StackSocial and 9to5toys offer a chance to win the 2021 Tesla Model 3 and you can secure multiple entries when you contribute to a good cause through this offer.
They teamed up with the Game for Change Foundation, a non-profit organization created to use music education to bring about change for children and communities in need around the world ̵
Your donation will be aimed at helping the Foundation ensure that more than 2,000 children from 10 different countries have access to music and art education. Through the Playing For Change program, they also provide work for musicians and administrators.
If you win a 2021 Tesla Model 3, here’s what you can expect from your new trip:
- Rear wheel drive
- Pearl white paint
- 18 ”aero wheels
- All black interior with partial premium
- 0 to 60 mph in just 5.3 seconds
- Top speeds of 140 mph
- Range about 263 miles with full charge.
With an estimated retail value of $ 37,990, this standard, brand new 2021 Tesla Model 3 is a decent prize, but if you can live with last year’s model, you can choose a cash prize of $ 25K. There really is no good reason not to donate to the Game for Change Foundation in exchange for a chance to win.
You can enter the distribution of the Tesla Model 3 in 2021 and donate to charity for only $ 10, which earns you 100 entries. Or you can increase your chances of winning by donating $ 25 (250 entries), $ 50 (1000 entries) or $ 100 (2500 entries).
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