Tesla has published a new image of the crossover Model YMarch 11, 2019
Tesla has published a teaser image of its new crossover called Model Y. The picture shows the front of the electric vehicle. Judging by it, the crossover will receive traditional side mirrors instead of cameras, as well as optics in the style of Model 3. At the same time, some technical and stylistic decisions will be taken from the older Model X.
It is expected that the novelty will receive branded rear doors, which in the company are called “falcon wings.” According to preliminary data, the novelty will be equipped with two motors (one each on the front and rear axle) and will be offered with sets of batteries of different capacity. The crossover will borrow an existing chassis from the Tesla Model 3.
The new compact electric crossover company Tesla Motors – Model Y – will be presented on March 14. The premiere of the car will be held in Tesla design studio in Los Angeles. According to Elon Mask, the novelty will be 10% more and 10% more expensive than an electric car Model 3.
Earlier it was reported that the new electric crossover Model Y can get a salon with three rows of seats. Official confirmation of this information yet.
The first pilot sample will be rolled off the Gigafactory 1 in California. Later, the release of Tesla compact crossovers will be launched at a new enterprise in China, which will be called Gigafactory 3.
Also, Tesla is currently developing an electric pickup truck. The novelty will receive a futuristic design in the style of cyberpunk. Already in the standard, the car will have two electric engines with “crazy torque” and four-wheel drive. The car will be able to drive about 650–800 kilometers without recharging the batteries. Premiere pickup will be held before the end of this year.
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