Move over Model 3, Tesla’s fourth model is its most important yet, reckons Jonathan Musk.
Building on the mass production Model 3 platform (i.e. a cheaper car that’s designed to make the company a much-needed profit), Model Y is Tesla’s new baby SUV that sits above Model 3 and below Model X.
Tesla is promising the car will be sold from $39k (probably a couple of grand more than Model 3) for the base-level ‘Standard Range’ rear-wheel-drive version, while Dual-Motor all-wheel drive, Long Range and Performance variants will be added to the mix later.
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