The feature is only being offered to European customers at the moment, but is expected to go worldwide eventually.
Tesla has launched a tow hitch add-on for its Model 3 in Europe, allowing owners to haul 910kg with their all-electric sedans.
The feature can't be retrofitted to the car, meaning only new Model 3 owners will be able to get their electric vehicles set to tow by the factory. There are, of course, aftermarket options in the USA already.
Tesla's new Model 3 hitch costs £970 ($1800) in the UK. Although electric sedan drivers aren't likely to be hauling big trailers, a tow bar can also serve as a mounting point for bike racks.
A Model 3 was snapped testing towing capacity in June of last year, after Elon Musk in 2016 promised an option towing kit for the car.
We've contacted Tesla Australia to see if the tow hitch option will be offered Down Under. Stay tuned.