Tesla Model Y

Tesla unveiled its newest vehicle, the Model Y SUV, on Thursday.
Production of the more premium Model Y models will begin in 2020. The standard version, which will begin pricing at $39,000 before incentives, will go into production in 2021.
The unveiling comes at a time when Tesla is facing mounting financial pressure and, according to some analysts, a demand problem.

Tesla fans can now place an order for the company’s long-awaited Model Y SUV, at least for the premium versions. But they will have to wait a while before they get their cars.

Tesla opened up orders for the long range and performance versions of the Model Y on Thursday evening after CEO Elon Musk unveiled the vehicle at an event at the company’s design studio in Hawthorne, California.

The long-range rear-wheel drive version begins pricing at $47,000 before incentives and has a range of 300 miles per charge.

The dual-motor all-wheel drive will have a range of 280 miles per charge and begins pricing at $51,000 before incentives. The Performance model will also have a range of 280 miles, but will begin pricing at $60,000.

According to Tesla’s website, the company plans to begin manufacturing these three versions late next year. But customers can place an order now on the company’s website for a deposit of $2,500.

Those looking to order the standard version of Tesla’s Model Y will have to wait even longer for their SUV.

According to Tesla’s website, the Model Y standard range version of the vehicle will begin production in 2021. Customers cannot yet place an order for this version of the vehicle.

The standard Model Y version will have a range of 230 miles per charge, a top speed of 120 miles per hour, and begin pricing at $39,000. The SUV will also be able to …read more

Source:: Business Insider


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