On the eve of the start of production, Tesla updated the data on the power reserve of the new Model Y electric crossover. According to InsideEVs, the Tesla electric car will be launched in February, and the first cars will be delivered to customers in March.
In the configurator on the Tesla website, the power reserve of the more expensive all-wheel drive versions of Long Range and Performance (with a 75 kWh battery) is indicated at 507 km (315 miles). Earlier it was reported that it exceeds 450 km, but the exact figure was not called. There is no data on the base Tesla Model Y yet, because it is not yet available for order.
It is also reported that the Tesla Model Y is the most efficient among premium electric crossovers. His energy consumption is 15.4 kWh per 100 km, which is less than that of the Jaguar I-Pace, Mercedes-Benz EQC, Ford Mustang Mach-E and Audi E-Tron.