Tesla Model Y

Standard Range Model Y Disappears from Tesla Website

Standard Range Model Y Disappears from Tesla Website
Last week, I mentioned that Tesla had slashed the price of its standard range Model Y electric vehicle along with that of the standard range Model 3. Barely a week later, Tesla has now eliminated the standard range Model Y from its website and is no longer taking orders on the vehicle.
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Tesla Cuts Prices on the Model 3 and Model Y Basic Models

Tesla Cuts Prices on the Model 3 and Model Y Basic Models
Tesla and other electric vehicle makers want the average consumer to hop on the EV bandwagon. The more EVs that automakers can sell, the cheaper it is to manufacture the batteries that are critical to all versions, and the closer they get to fulfilling government mandates on reducing carbon emissions.
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Less Expensive Rear-Wheel Drive Tesla Model Y Standard Range EV Debuts

Less Expensive Rear-Wheel Drive Tesla Model Y Standard Range EV Debuts
Tesla has rolled out a new entry-level version of its Model Y electric crossover. The new model is a standard range rear-wheel-drive vehicle with an EPA estimated driving range of 244 miles per charge. The new model is $8,000 less expensive than the longer-range all-wheel-drive version, with an MSRP starting at $41,990.
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Tesla Model Y SUV Teased at Shareholder Meeting

Tesla Model Y SUV Teased at Shareholder Meeting
If all goes according to plan, the first┬áTesla Model 3s should be rolling on the streets in the coming months. While that car hasn’t even officially launched, Tesla is already teasing what’s next. At its 2017 Shareholder meeting, Elon Musk talked a bit about the Tesla Model Y.
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