Tesla unveils its Model Y electric SUV, starting at $39,000 and arriving next fall
At its launch event today, Tesla unveiled its highly anticipated Model Y SUV, with plans to bring it to market by next fall.
The car will be available in four configurations, and will seat seven passengers with an optional setup. The base variant comes in at $39,000, with a range of 370 kilometers (230 miles) on a single charge; the top-end Performance model will be able to cover 450 kilometers (280 miles), hit a top speed of 240 kmph (150mph), and set you back by $60,000.
If you’re hoping to score the cheapest Model Y, you’ll have to wait until the spring of 2021; the other three variants will be available sooner.