Tesla Model Y SUV to be revealed on March 14

Elon Musk has just announced it will reveal the new car in just under two weeks.

This is the only Model Y teaser that's been made public thus far. It's... a teaser.

This is the only Model Y teaser that’s been made public thus far. It’s… a teaser.

 Tesla CEO Elon Musk has just announced the company will reveal the Model Y at its design studio in Los Angeles on March 14.

Model Y unveil event on March 14 at LA Design Studio

The Tesla Model Y is a crossover SUV that will share 75 percent of its parts with the Model 3, which is currently Tesla’s cheapest car. It will be Tesla’s fifth car design since it was founded in 2003. 

We know little about the Model Y at this point. Tesla released a black and white promo image in June 2017.
Earlier this year we heard rumblings a reveal was closer than previously anticipated. Previously Musk has stated the car would be on the market by 2020 and would herald a “manufacturing revolution”.
As for pricing, Musk says the car is about 10 percent bigger than the Model 3, so will cost roughly 10 percent more.

 Model Y, being an SUV, is about 10% bigger than Model 3, so will cost
about 10% more & have slightly less range for same battery

More pricing and specs will be unveiled at the March 14 event, Musk tweeted. 

Detailed specs & pricing will be provided, as well as test rides in Y

Elon Musk likewise reported that Tesla’s first v3.0 Supercharger station is going live this coming Wednesday. Beforehand Musk has expressed the new form of the Supercharger would almost certainly charge at a rate of 350kW.

It’s been a bustling couple of weeks for Tesla. February 28, only three days back, it declared the $35,000 Tesla Model 3 was accessible to arrange on the web, and that it would stop all retail offers of its vehicles. Obviously this would help keep the cost of the Model 3 (and probably now the Model Y) at a reasonable cost

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