Elon Musk says Tesla’s 7-seat Model Y will begin production in November, with deliveries in early December
- Elon Musk tweeted that his electric vehicle company Tesla will start making its seven-seater Model Y in November.
- He said “initial deliveries” of the car will arrive in December.
- Tesla’s website says the seven-seater version of the Model Y won’t be available until 2021.
- The seven-seater model is $3,000 more than the base Model Y, and comes with a third row of seats.
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US electric vehicle company Tesla will start making a seven-seater version of its Model Y in November.
Tesla’s founder and CEO Elon Musk tweeted on Wednesday that production of the highly-anticipated electric car will begin next month, ahead of deliveries in early December.
The Tesla website says that the seven-seater Model Y, which starts at $51,190, won’t be available until 2021.
—Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 14, 2020
Tesla unveiled the Model Y at the carmaker’s design studio near Los Angeles in March 2019. Musk said the electric vehicle will transform Tesla’s manufacturing process, and could eventually outsell every other Tesla combined.
The crossover SUV comes with a third row, offering space for up to seven passengers. It costs $3,000 more than the base model.
The Model Y, which is fully electric, can drive for up to 314 miles on a single charge.
It can be recharged at one of the 18,000 Supercharger locations worldwide, and takes 15 minutes to recharge it to an 168-mile range.
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