Tesla promises a $39,000 price tag (eventually) for its new SUV, the Model Y. For now, it's base $48,200 before "Savings" makes it more than $40,000 cheaper than the Model X. And it’s not even that ill-equipped once you start ticking all the option boxes.

  Price After "Savings" Actual Price Fully Loaded Range
Long Range

$42,700

$48,200

$64,200

300 Miles

Long Range (Dual Motor)

$46,700

$51,000

$68,200

280 Miles

Performance

$58,700

$64,200

$75,700

280 Miles

Optional paint colors vary in price from $1,500 to $2,500 on all trims. A set of 19-inch sport wheels, meanwhile, are a $1,500 option on the Long Range models, but standard on the Performance model. Tesla offers a standard all black interior, or a $1,000 black and white faux leather option. A five-seat interior is standard, but a seven-seat option is available for $3,000.

And like all other Teslas on this list, Autopilot is a $3,000 option, and buyers can pre-order "Full Self-Driving Capability" for $5,000 on top of that. Remember, loading your Model Y (or any Tesla) with "Full Self-Driving Capability" after ordering will set you back $7,000.

A loaded Long Range model with three rows costs $64,200. A Long Range model with dual motors will set you back $68,200 after options. Going all out on a loaded Performance models costs $75,700 after $1,200 for destination.