The 2020 Tesla Model Y is a compact electric SUV designed to accommodate up to seven passengers, setting it apart as a unique offering in the electric vehicle market. Here are some of its distinctive features:
- Seven-Passenger Layout: The availability of a seven-passenger configuration distinguishes the Model Y as one of the few electric SUVs with this seating option, making it a compelling choice for families and those in need of additional seating capacity.
- Impressive Driving Range: The Model Y stands out with a substantial driving range of up to 316 miles on a full charge, a notable feature in the electric vehicle segment.
In Tesla’s SUV lineup, the Model Y is positioned as the smaller SUV, sitting below the larger Model X. Both models offer three rows of available seats, catering to various passenger needs.
The 2020 Model Y made its debut as an all-new vehicle, making it the only option for that model year. However, if you’re looking to save money, consider choosing a used Model Y.
- Long Range: EPA-estimated combined MPGe of 121
- Performance: EPA-estimated combined MPGe of 111
The Model Y’s fuel economy is competitive and ranks near the top of its class.
Safety Ratings & Features:
As of 2020, the Model Y had not been crash-tested by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Key standard safety features include forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, blind spot warning, lane-keeping assist, lane departure warning, and the Autopilot suite of advanced driver-assist systems.
The Model Y offers cabin storage with two front cupholders, a glovebox, a center console bin under the armrest, and door pockets at the front and rear. The cargo space is spacious, with 68 cubic feet behind the first row, and the Model Y provides more interior space than many competitors, including the option of an available third row. However, it lacks rear cupholders, a feature found in some competing models.
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