Tesla Model Y Release Date, Features, Price: Delivery Time Shifted to Early First Quarter of 2020

Tesla Model Y release date specs features

Tesla Model Y cars might come out sooner than we expected as reports of a shift in release dates are coming out. The electric SUV crossover from Elon Musk can now have a delivery date of 2020 and people who ordered the same are very happy.

However, it has not come from official Tesla sources and hence should be taken with a grain of salt. There are some new reports which speculate Tesla Model Y to come out in the first quarter of 2020 and here is more information on the release date and price of the Car.

Tesla Model Y Cars Delivery Schedule in Q1 2020

Tesla Model Y Cars Delivery Schedule in Q1 2020

There are so many reports on Tesla Model Y release date change that users are getting confused about what to believe. However, the latest update on the release date of Tesla Y has not come up from Elon Musk’s Tesla and have actual logic behind it.

The source of information is Deutsche Bank’s research notes to their investors and the reports are based on Tesla’s suppliers in Taiwan. As per the sources, Tesla has requested to deliver the parts of Tesla Model Y and Semi earlier than expected. It means that the vehicles will enter into mass production six months before than the actual schedule.

Elon Musk unveiled the Tesla Model Y earlier this year and with the opening of the new Gigafactory in Shanghai, Model Y is expected to hit the roads as early as the first quarter of 2020 which would be around March 2020. The same reports also claim that Tesla Semi, an all-electric semi-trailer truck will also be delivered in 2020.

Tesla Model Y Price, Specs and Additional Seats

Tesla Model Y Specs, Price and Additional Seats

Tesla Model Y is currently available for preorder and the base price for the Long Range rear-wheel-drive is currently set as $48,000. The Model Y cars can run up to 300 miles after full charging, has a top speed of 130 mph and could go from o to 60 in 5.5 seconds.

While the basic configuration comes with an interior having the 5-seat capacity, one can upgrade 2 more seats for $3,000 and make it 7-seater. But Tesla’s website says that the additional seats won’t be available before 2021.

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