Tesla’s fourth mainstream model Model Y unveiled at the Los Angeles Design Center

Tesla's fourth mainstream model Model Y unveiled at the Los Angeles Design Center

Tesla’s fourth mainstream model, Model Y, was unveiled by its CEO Elon Musk at the Los Angeles Design Center. He confirmed that the cross-border electric vehicle has a range of approximately 480 kilometers under its highest specifications. The Y model uses the design inspiration of the Model 3 sedan and Model X SUV, with a glass panoramic roof and an optional 7-seater layout. It does not retain the gull-wing doors on the more expensive Model X, but uses pillarless doors such as Model 3 and Model S. The crossover point is 10% larger than Model 3 because it shares the same platform with Model 3 and has a larger span. Accounted for 75% of the components. Musk said that the...

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