Tesla unveiled their all-new creation Model Y at a special event in Los Angeles. Tesla Model Y will join the consumer passenger vehicles lineup with the likes of Model S, Model 3 and Model X. The SUV will also be complemented by second-generation Tesla Roadster and Tesla Semi. Tesla Model Y will be offered in four configuration which is already online. The entry level is Standard Range that is expected to hit the market by Spring 2021. It will be cheapest in the range with pricing starts from $39,000. Apart from this base variant, buyers can opt for other three variants which is set to arrive by the Fall of 2020.
Cheapest in the remaining three variants is the Long Range. As the name suggests, it will concentrate towards maximizing range and on a single charge, it can cover 300 miles. The setup helps Tesla Model Y Long Range to accelerate from 0 to 60mph in 5.5 seconds and has the top speed of 130 mph. Price of this version starts from $47,000. The next in range of Tesla Model Y is Dual Motor AWD. It offers 20 miles less than Long Range variant but comes with improved performance. It takes 4.8 seconds to hit 0-60mph and has top speed of 135 mph. Price of this version starts from $51,000.
Lastly, there is Tesla Model Y Performance which is priced from $60,000. It offers top speed of 150 mph and takes 3.5 seconds to hit 0-60mph with 280 miles of range on a single charge. Front fascia of the Tesla Model Y looks similar to Model 3. Tesla’s entry-level SUV possess large headlights and a relatively short front overhang. Side profile is similar to Model X but taillight is similar Model 3. Interior of Tesla Model Y has minimalist design with optional seven-seater. Key interior features include panoramic glass roof and the automaker’s horizontal 15-inch central touchscreen display.