So when I mean here, I mean we can expect it to be on car showrooms by fall 2020. This week, Musk himself revealed it. It is an all-electric car and looks eerily similar to his Model 3. Don’t let the size fool you, because it can fit seven people, or so they say. If the electric car and good room isn’t enough, then maybe the panoramic car roof will entice you.
But wait. There is more. It has a 15-inch touchscreen interface. The Model Y can go for 300 miles without a fill up…I mean…charge up. It reaches speed of up to 130mph. This model goes from o-60mph in about 5.5 seconds. The starting price for this model will be $47,000. That’s cheaper than most luxury cars, and not much more expensive than an average new car. However, you can secure a Model Y with a minimum down payment for $2,500. But I must tell you I’m just describing the Long Range model. Others will be out between 2020-21. Of course, prices and features will vary.
The Tesla Model Y is almost here. In recent years, Musk sold around 500,000 of his Tesla models. While the Model Y has it’s differences, it also has a lot of similarities. Also, a lot of people are getting environmentally conscious. People in the computer repair game sure is. So it has that going for it. Not to mention the see-saw gas prices. How will the Tesla Model Y do? Will this be a hit of flop for Musk?
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