Tesla Model 3, the much awaited upcoming vehicle by Tesla is now a few counts away and still, we don't know what specifications it might carry. However, a new retail comparison chart has just surfaced on the Internet at the Tesla Model 3 Owners Club forum (via InsideEVs), which offers some insight into what we can expect from the car. However, it seems that the chart is primarily designed to remind prospective buyers how great the Model S is by comparison.

According to TechCrunch, the diagram shows that Tesla Model 3 can reach 60 mph acceleration from 0 within 5.6 seconds, which is more than double the Model S best time of 2.3 seconds (which is achieved with the P100D variant operating in Ludicrous Mode). This once again reminds us the public announcement the company made in 2016 that said specs will remain "under 6 seconds" for the base model.

The rest of the information from the chart included a "215+" mile range from a single charge, delivery time extending out beyond the one year mark and pay-per-use charging at Tesla's high-speed Supercharger stations.

The trunk space detail from the chart shows the value gap between the two cars – the smaller Model 3 has less than half the interior storage volume across both its trunk and its 'frunk' (front trunk), reported TechChrunch.

While the acceleration of 0 to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds is not a big record breaker, but it definitely puts Model 3 at par with the Audi A3 and near the BMW 330i. And it will definitely feel like a fast car, especially to those changing to electric from fuel cars for the first time.