Enter for your chance to win a Tesla Model 3

The website Autowise recently asked fans on Twitter to name their top American dream car. And as it turns out, the U.S. has more ecologically minded car owners than you might think.

In fact, drivers in 20 states said the dream car they salivated over the most…was a Tesla

As that survey shows, the luxury electric vehicle has turned more than a few heads over the past 15 years. And it isn't hard to understand why, since the unassuming, yet ultra-sophisticated roadster is absolutely gorgeous.

So, considering Teslas are so awesome, could we potentially get your attention by…I don't know, maybe…giving you one?

Yeah, we aren't kidding. And if you take the very easy step of entering The Win Your Dream 2020 Tesla Giveaway, you might find yourself the lucky (we'd even say incredibly lucky) winner of a $40,000 2020 Tesla Model 3.

And again…we're not kidding.

As Top Gear put it, "Everything Tesla has done up to this point has built towards the Model 3… and it's been worth it."

That's because the Model 3 is the ultimate intersection between gearhead performance, Mom-centric safety and everyone who wants to see the end of fossil fuels forever. For an electric vehicle, the Model 3 is a beast at the line, capable of accelerating from 0-60 mph in as little as 3.2 seconds.

The aluminum and steel frame is tested for maximum strength, with a roof crash-tested to resist four times the car's weight, or roughly the size of two full-grown African elephants. And off a single charge, the Model 3 can zip along for over 300 miles before you need a recharge.

So what do you have to do to get this car in your driveway? Just put your name on the entry form, guys…it really isn't hard. And there's no purchase necessary either.

Send it in, we'll draw a name and, if it's you, you're instantly beyond stylin'.

Don't wait…you've got to have your entry in by Dec. 31 to be eligible to win. Good luck!

Prices are subject to change.

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