Yes, they really did put a grille on an EV.It's called the TM3 720 and Manhart has chosen a strange way to enhance its appearance.The interior has not been touched.It looks like a work in progress. However, the people at Manhart are keeping a tight lip.Manhart has not touched the rear either.Aside from the "smoked" taillights, everything else is stock. Perhaps this will change in the future.As for the grille, it's not exactly a grille.They've actually painted it on the front end, so it looks less boring. The results are...we'll let you be the judge.They've also managed to extract extra power, somehow.The Model 3 Performance by Manhart, now boasts 542 hp and 531 lb\/ft or 720 Nm. Hence the name.The "grille' is not the only visual enhancement.The front also benefits from a carbon-fiber splitter, which adds agressiveness.Manhart has given it new wheels and suspension.Those are 21-inch "Barracuda" wheels. Meanwhile, the stance is improved by H&R lowering springs.There's also a racing stripe that spans the entire length of the car.Because why the heck not?.There's a lot of red accents throughout the exterior too.They are a perfect match for the black paint finish.But that fake grille remains the highlight of the show.You have to admit, it gives the EV more character.Swipe up to learn more about the Manhart TM3 720.Would you rock a Tesla Model 3 with a fake grille?.