Tesla Model Y Image Extravaganza

MAR 15 2019 BY MARK KANE 16

Tesla Model Y revealed at the unveiling event

The unveiling of the Tesla Model Y is already behind us. It could be one of the hottest all-electric cars on the market. Deliveries are expected to start in Fall 2020, but the Standard battery version isn’t coming until Spring 2021.

Let’s take a look at the live photos and all the images from design studio (as the car can already be configured and ordered). As you can see, the Model Y reminds us not only of Model 3, with which it is sharing the platform, but also of the Model X.

One of the biggest questions is now how the cool-looking Model Y will affect one’s decision to purchase a Model 3 sedan. That question will be answered when we learn how many Model Y pre-orders get placed. For now, let’s just take a moment to catch some good looks at the Model Y in the various galleries below.

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16 Comments on "Tesla Model Y Image Extravaganza"

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The looks are growing on me, never been a fan of the Model X with these non-SUV forms, but I guess it helps that it comes with a lower price tag and smaller size!

Anyone found pictures of Trunk/Frunk or how the last 2 last seats will fit?

Wondering the same thing. I was looking for inside pictures and can’t find any with the third row. Also it might not be high enough as a suv which is more comfortable than low sitting cars.

We have the image with the third row in our reveal article. Scroll down almost to the bottom.

Like most compact/midsize crossover SUVs, it seems the available third row would only suffice for kids, but that’s what most people would use it for anyhow. Most families aren’t comprised of seven adults. There are only a few midsize SUVs on the market with sizable (adult-friendly) third rows. Much like the VW Tiguan or BMW X5 with optional third-row seating, people will only choose and pay for that if they need it for children.

On their web you can see a shot of the 3rd row seats in both folded and up positions.

Need pictures with the back hatch open to see the size and how things will fit.

The exterior design of the Tesla Model Y is great.

Paying $4,000.- extra to get the Tesla Model Y instead of the Tesla Model 3 would have to be an option worth considering.

But we still haven’t seen the optional 2 extra seats in the back well enough.

Otherwise this is yet another great Tesla EV model.

Well done Tesla.

Kid-sized no doubt, but still worth offering for young, growing families. Much better than rear-facing jump seats.

@ Steven Loveday

Absolutely

I don’t like the “plastic” wheel well lip moldings . That makes for a good “salt trap” in the winter if you live in an area where road salt is utilized . Salt and debris will collect in the crevice between the steel fender and the plastic lip and it will eventually cause the steel fender to corrode .. * 🙁 *

Depends on the design and manufacturing process. Maybe, maybe not.

@ Mark Kane

Do you know the vehicle dimensions of the Tesla Model Y?

Is the third row for adults? Or children?

They say adults, but it’s really for children. That you need to punish.

Do they all come with “chrome delete”?