as declared in The rumoured Model Y will, like the Model 3, be far more affordable than Tesla’s current offerings.
As well as the much-hyped compact Model 3, Tesla is also expected to launch a compact crossover based on the same platform.
The starting price of the Model 3 is likely to be around $37,000 (£30,000), with the Model Y expected to be slightly more expensive.
The Model Y is also set to have the promised updated electrical architecture that will allow Tesla to offer full autonomous driving capability.
The Model Y is unlikely to be unveiled until some time next year, with production set to follow late in the year.
As it stated in Tesla is basically a technology company – well, a battery company – that makes cars, so the features and options reflect that.
That’s very cool and Tesla is probably the only car company in the world that will let you do it.
We would love to tell you how all that worked, but being Tesla ‘Hardware 2’, it’s not ready yet.
Thankfully, the silly self-opening front doors in the Model X’s pack aren’t in this little lot.
It’s a gadget-laden five-door hatch powered exclusively by electricity and seemingly full of things that will drain the batteries quickly.
Tesla Model Y is coming too in a few years
As it stated in Last week, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that the company’s all-electric compact SUV, called Model Y, is still “a few years” away from production.
Featured Image: Tesla Model Y unofficial render via Autocar.
@varunfatehpuria Oh Model Y is coming too in a few years.
Tesla hasn’t released a ton of information about the Model Y, but Musk said that the vehicle will feature ‘Falcon Wing’ doors like the Model X.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 24, 2017Today, the CEO reportedly teased that an announcement about the vehicle is coming “next week”.
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