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Cargo Space

Cargo Space

Range (EPA est.)

Range (EPA est.)

Dual Motor

Dual Motor

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  • Impact Protection
  • Rigid Structure
  • Low Center of Gravity

Like every Tesla, Model Y is designed to be the safest vehicle in its class. The low center of gravity, rigid body structure and large crumple zones provide unparalleled protection.

Like every Tesla, Model Y is designed to be the safest vehicle in its class. The low center of gravity, rigid body structure and large crumple zones provide unparalleled protection.

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Versatile seating and storage for cargo and passengers

Room for up to seven with optional third row

Independent motors digitally control torque to the front and rear wheels

Independent
Motors

Quickest acceleration—from zero to 60 mph* in as little as 3.5 seconds

0-60 mph*

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Weather icon

Capable in rain, snow, mud and off-road with superior traction control

All-Weather
Control

Tesla All-Wheel Drive has two ultra-responsive, independent electric motors that digitally control torque to the front and rear wheels—for far better handling, traction and stability control. Model Y is capable in rain, snow, mud and off-road.

Tesla All-Wheel Drive has two ultra-responsive, independent electric motors that digitally control torque to the front and rear wheels—for far better handling, traction and stability control. Model Y is capable in rain, snow, mud and off-road.

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Go anywhere with up to 326 miles of estimated range on a single charge

Range
(EPA est.)

Recharge up to 162 miles in 15 minutes at Supercharger locations

Recharge up to
162 miles

Superchargers placed along well-
traveled routes around the world

Global
Superchargers

Model Y is fully electric, so you never need to visit a gas station again. If you charge overnight at home, you can wake up to a full battery every morning. And when you’re on the road, it’s easy to plug in along the way—at any public station or with the Tesla charging network. We currently have over 25,000 Superchargers worldwide, with six new locations opening every week.

Model Y is fully electric, so you never need to visit a gas station again. If you charge overnight at home, you can wake up to a full battery every morning. And when you’re on the road, it’s easy to plug in along the way—at any public station or with the Tesla charging network. We currently have over 25,000 Superchargers worldwide, with six new locations opening every week.

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Rear, side and forward-facing cameras provide maximum visibility

Degrees
of Visibility

Powerful visual processing at up to 250 meters of range

of Powerful
Visual Processing

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Ultrasonic
Sensors

12 ultrasonic sensors icon

Detect nearby cars, prevent potential collisions and assist with parking

Ultrasonic
Sensors

Autopilot's advanced safety and convenience features are designed to assist you with the most burdensome parts of driving.

Autopilot's advanced safety and convenience features are designed to assist you with the most burdensome parts of driving.

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A touchscreen display designed to improve over time

Touchscreen
Display

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Wi-Fi icon

Over-the-air software updates introduce new features, functionality and performance

Over-the-Air
Software
Updates

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An expansive Glass Roof provides more headroom and UV protection

All-Glass
Roof

With an elevated seating position and low dash, the driver has a commanding view of the road ahead. The interior of Model Y is simple and clean, with a 15-inch touch screen, immersive sound system and an expansive all-glass roof that creates extra headroom and provides a seamless view of the sky.

With an elevated seating position and low dash, the driver has a commanding view of the road ahead. The interior of Model Y is simple and clean, with a 15-inch touch screen, immersive sound system and an expansive all-glass roof that creates extra headroom and provides a seamless view of the sky.

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Model Y Specs
  • Battery

    Long Range

  • Acceleration

    3.5s 0-60 mph*
    *with rollout subtracted

  • Range

    303 miles (EPA est.)

  • Drive

    Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive

  • Seating

    Up to 5

  • Wheels

    21"

  • Weight

    4,416 lbs

  • Max Cargo Volume

    76 cu ft

  • Top Speed

    155 mph

  • Displays

    15" Center Touchscreen

  • Supercharging

    Pay Per Use

  • Warranty

    Basic Vehicle - 4 years or 50,000 mi, whichever comes first
    Battery & Drive Unit - 8 years or 120,000 mi, whichever comes first

  • Battery

    Long Range

  • Acceleration

    4.8s 0-60 mph

  • Range

    326 miles (EPA est.)

  • Drive

    Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive

  • Seating

    Up to 7

  • Wheels

    19" or 20"

  • Weight

    4,416 lbs

  • Max Cargo Volume

    76 cu ft

  • Top Speed

    135 mph

  • Displays

    15" Center Touchscreen

  • Supercharging

    Pay Per Use

  • Warranty

    Basic Vehicle - 4 years or 50,000 mi, whichever comes first
    Battery & Drive Unit - 8 years or 120,000 mi, whichever comes first

  • Premium Interior
  • Power adjustable front seats
  • Heated front and rear seats
  • 2nd row seats that fold flat
  • Premium audio – 14 speakers, 1 subwoofer, 2 amps, and immersive sound
  • LED fog lamps
  • Tinted glass roof with ultraviolet and infrared protection
  • Power folding, heated side mirrors
  • Music and media over Bluetooth®
  • Custom driver profiles
  • HEPA air filtration system
  • Center console with storage, 4 USB ports and docking for 2 smartphones

Owner's Manual

Sours: https://www.tesla.com/modely

Let's see if the Tesla Model Y is as roomy in the rear seats as we've been led to believe. More spacious back there than a Model 3? Bigger in the rear than a Model X? Lots of questions and lucky for us, this video provides us with answers.

Aside from its cavernous rear cargo area, most potential Model Y buyers who are considering over the Model 3 are doing so because of the expectation of more room in the rear seating area (and/or the arrival of the 7-seat Model Y, but that's not the focus here).

You'd expect a crossover shaped like the Model Y to afford at least more headroom in the rear than the Model 3, but does it also offer more legroom and better overall accommodations? This video provides us with answers to that and it also presents Tesla's bigger SUV, the Model X, so we can compare the Y to that too.

In case you'd rather not watch the video, below we've compiled some screenshots showing the rear of the Model Y, Model 3 and Model X. Take a look at the gallery and let us know in comments your thoughts on the rear seating area of the Y.

Having trouble determining which car is which? The black interior is the Model Y. The white interior shots are Model 3 and Model X, though the majority are of the 3 and it's quite easy to pick out the shots of the X, as it's the one with substantially more headroom out of the two white interior cars.

Video description via i1Tesla on YouTube:

Took the Model X, Model Y and Model 3 and sat inside to see the size difference. Model Y is the best family car Tesla makes.

Sours: https://insideevs.com/reviews/406093/tesla-model-y-back-seats-compared/
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Tesla Model Y Interior Review: Much More Than a Model 3 XL

Tesla's new electric crossover is spacious and premium inside.

Sit inside the Tesla Model Y, and your first impression is familiarity—the 15-inch floating screen, the expansive and clean dash, and the massive glass roof all are Model 3 sedan features. But look deeper, and you'll notice that the new Model Y compact SUV is much more than a Model 3. The Y's higher seat height, second-row reclining seats, and massive cargo space set the Model Y apart, while its great versatility and superb packaging are its most important traits. This is the first compact crossover from Tesla, and besides offering more interior space than its sedan stablemate, it can travel 316 miles on a single charge.

What Does the Tesla Model Y Interior Look Like?

Although the Model 3 and the Model Y are two different vehicles, they share about 70 percent of their hardware. This is especially apparent in the front half of the cabin. From the driver's perspective, the scene is almost homogeneous—the steering wheel, center console and dash all came from the Model 3. But that's a good thing, really. The interior has a modern and futuristic look, with hidden air vents and a (mostly) button-less cabin. The span of wood trim on the dash extends from door to door, and the massive screen continues to serve as the command center for the Model Y. Almost every adjustment—from the air vents to the side view mirrors to the steering wheel position—is taken care of through the tablet-like display.

The differences start at the base of the seats, literally. The front seats on the Model Y have been installed on top of risers, giving the driver and front passenger a commanding view of the road. Rather than sitting low (like you would in a sedan), the seating position on the Model Y is a few inches higher, which also allows for easier ingress and egress. The additional headroom on the Model Y makes this possible, giving occupants an SUV-like experience.

The vegan 'leather' seats came straight out of the Model 3; they feel supportive and comfortable even after long hours of sitting on them. The look and feel of the pleather is also premium, and these are no fake Ferragamo shoes; the differences between real leather and vegan leather are hard to note.

Is the Tesla Model Y Interior Roomy?

The biggest differences between the Model 3 and the Model Y is the rear seat environment. Sit in the second row, and you're instantly struck by how roomy and airy the back seat feels; that's partly because of the glass roof, but also thanks to ample legroom and headroom. The front seat's risers also afford rear passengers abundant foot room; you can slide your feet pretty deep without any kind of blockage. As we noted during our First Ride, the second row can feel tight with three adults, as shoulder room is quite limited.

The backseats can recline a few degrees for even more comfort, though that interferes with headroom; the coupe-like shape of the Model Y reduces head territory when the backseats are reclined.

The absence of a powertrain hump allows the floor to be completely flat, which is fantastic for the person sitting in the middle. Also accessible are air vents and two USB Type C ports for backseat occupants.

How Many People Does the Tesla Model Y Seat?

The Model Y can seat up to seven passengers with the optional third row. However, most people will go for the standard configuration that seats five. The optional third row—a $3,000 addition—will not be available until next year, according to Tesla. It's hard to imagine how comfortable the unlucky two in the third row would be. Given the coupe-like roof, headroom is going to be pretty limited, and legroom will most likely be compromised. It's probably best to think of three-row Model Ys as a 5+2 when it comes to seating.

Tesla Model Y: Versatility and Packaging

From the outside, the Model Y looks like a taller and more muscular Model 3, with a compact overall shape. The interior, however, is pretty roomy thanks to the superb packaging techniques that Tesla developed.

The Model Y's backseats fold almost completely flat, allowing larger items to fit without a problem. Whether it's an Ikea run or a camping trip, there's likely enough space in the Model Y's cavernous cargo area. Folding the seats is as easy as pausing an Instagram video; simply press and hold the button on the cargo area, and the backseats will collapse to the front. You can also fold the bench in a 60/40 split from the rear seats thanks to a lever on the seatback's shoulders.

With the seats folded, the Model Y's cargo volume increases to 68.0 cubic feet, which translates into a ton of room for camping gear or Ikea runs. It's noticeably more than what the Model 3 can take. MotorTrend's road test analyst, Alan Lau, was able to fit 24 boxes in the Model 3 that measured 27x11x6 inches; the Model Y took 29.

On top of that, Tesla was able to add a couple of underfloor storage compartments; one of them is deep enough to fit large backpacks or duffle bags. On the sides on the cargo area, there are two deep cubbies that can be used to place medium-size items like a grocery bag or a couple pairs of shoes. And if that wasn't enough storage, the frunk is deep enough to stow a carry-on suitcase.

Overall, the Model Y is the new Pandora's Box of electric crossovers. Its exterior seems small, but inside, it's full of surprises.

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Sours: https://www.motortrend.com/reviews/tesla-model-y-interior-review/

Tesla Model Y Features and Specs

5 Seat Interior -inc: 12-way power adjustable front and rear heated seats and custom driver profiles

Front Seats w/Power 4-Way Driver Lumbar

8-Way Driver Seat -inc: Power 4-Way Lumbar Support

8-Way Passenger Seat -inc: Power 4-Way Lumbar Support

40-20-40 Folding Split-Bench Front Facing Heated Manual Reclining Fold Forward Seatback Leatherette Rear Seat

Power Tilt/Telescoping Steering Column

Gauges -inc: Speedometer, Odometer, Traction Battery Level, Power/Regen, Trip Odometer and Trip Computer

Power Rear Windows and Fixed 3rd Row Windows

Mobile Hotspot Internet Access

Leatherette Steering Wheel w/Auto Tilt-Away

Front Cupholder

Rear Cupholder

Compass

Proximity Key For Doors And Power On

Valet Function

Remote Keyless Entry w/Integrated Key Transmitter, 4 Door Curb/Courtesy and Illuminated Entry

Remote Releases -Inc: Power Cargo Access and Power Charge Port Door

Cruise Control w/Steering Wheel Controls

Distance Pacing w/Traffic Stop-Go

Dual Zone Front Automatic Air Conditioning w/Steering Wheel Controls

HVAC -inc: Underseat Ducts and Console Ducts

Illuminated Locking Glove Box

Driver Foot Rest

Interior Trim -inc: Aluminum/Genuine Wood Instrument Panel Insert, Piano Black/Aluminum Console Insert and Metal-Look Interior Accents

Full Cloth Headliner

Simulated Suede Door Trim Insert

Premium Seat Trim

Day-Night Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror

Driver And Passenger Visor Vanity Mirrors w/Driver And Passenger Illumination, Driver And Passenger Auxiliary Mirror

Full Floor Console w/Covered Storage and 1 12V DC Power Outlet

Front And Rear Map Lights

Fade-To-Off Interior Lighting

Full Carpet Floor Covering -inc: Carpet Front And Rear Floor Mats

Carpet Floor Trim

Cargo Area Concealed Storage

Cargo Space Lights

Memory Settings -inc: Door Mirrors and Steering Wheel

FOB Controls -inc: Cargo Access and Windows

Tracker System

Smart Device Integration

Instrument Panel Covered Bin, Driver / Passenger And Rear Door Bins

Power 1st Row Windows w/Front And Rear 1-Touch Up/Down

Delayed Accessory Power

Power Door Locks w/Autolock Feature

Systems Monitor

Trip Computer

Outside Temp Gauge

Digital Appearance

Fixed Front Head Restraints and Fixed Rear Head Restraints

Front Center Armrest and Rear Center Armrest

2 Seatback Storage Pockets

Engine Immobilizer

1 12V DC Power Outlet

Air Filtration

Sours: https://www.caranddriver.com/tesla/model-y/specs

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On April 5, we told you the story of a Tesla Model Y that was a lemon, according to its owner. Kaelan, from the Colorado Cars YouTube channel, seemed really disappointed with all the flaws his EV had. To the question of whether the car was a lemon or not, Tesla answered that by admitting it was and agreeing to buy back the car.

In this last video with his Model Y, Kaelan presented some of the issues the car has, especially the ones that seem to be the worst. He put a camera inside the frunk to show how much water invades that compartment. Although it is impressive, he did not reveal the situation in which that happened, and that is crucial to understand the clip he presents.

Tesla Agrees To Buy Back Lemon Model Y From Colorado CarsTesla Agrees To Buy Back Lemon Model Y From Colorado Cars

Another issue is with the left rear door. When closing, the tip of the window gets stuck in a way that prevents the door from closing. Forcing it will probably break the glass at some point. Kaelan said a manual reset did not solve the problem.

Finally, the same left rear door holds a reasonable quantity of water after the car is washed or drives under the rain. He is not the first owner to report the problem: Héctor Rojas Olivo shared the same issue with InsideEVs on August 18, 2020. When Kaelan opens it, that water drops on the ground and makes quite a splash. People that are not aware of the issue may get their feet wet.

The good news for him and his brother Ryan is that Tesla agreed to buy back their car. Hopefully, the company will try to fix it before selling it to another customer. When it failed to do that, Tesla was accused of lemon laundering not only in the US but also abroad: it sold defective cars without repairing the problems they had.

For Tesla, the good news is that Kaelan and Ryan still trust the brand. They will get a Model Y Performance to replace the defective one. They also promise to take this car on a cross-country road trip as soon as they reach 1,000 subscribers in their channel.

Sours: https://insideevs.com/news/502608/tesla-model-y-buy-back/
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