Are you as curious about the Tesla Model 3 as we are? We know that serial production is underway, but there's still so much about Tesla's lowest-cost electric car that we don't know. Like... where's the speedometer located? How much will it cost with a few options packages thrown in? And, most importantly of all, when can we drive one?

The video up above won't answer all of our burning questions, but at least it's another piece of the puzzle. We already know that there's a lone 15-inch screen in the center of the dash, and it appears that there's no other instrumentation to speak of. We spot some sort of brown-colored trim atop the dash, and we're not sure if that's a design element or indicative of some sort of option.

Take a look at the video up above, in which Doug Field, Tesla Senior Vice President of Engineering, does his very best not to answer any questions from the man holding the camera. The vehicle is said to be serial number 003 – in other words, the third Model 3 to roll off the line – but we have no real way of verifying that information. Let us know what you think.

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