The Model 3 has finally entered production and the first 30 orders we fulfilled at a special handover event in Australia just a little over a week ago. During the handover event, we learned some new things about the Model 3 and Tesla as a whole. Production of the Model 3 is set to ramp up significantly over the next year, but what was more important were the specs that we received. The Model 3 starts out at $35,000 and offers up a Tesla-estimated range of 220 miles. It can hit 60 mph in 5.6 seconds and tops out at 130 mph. If you opt for the long-range model, you’ll get 310 miles along with the ability to hit 60 mph in 5.1 seconds on the way to a top speed of 140 mph. And, those specs sound great and all, but our man Elon doesn’t exactly like to disclose all information up front, which means we were left with at least a few questions. We had no idea about system power output or even how much the car weighs. And, while we still haven’t gotten word from WonderBoy Musk or Tesla, the EPA has gotten its hands on an example of the Model 3 and issued a report that gives us some fresh info.