Published: Thu, March 16, 2017
Tech | By Constance Martin

Tesla Model Y will follow Model 3

Tesla Model Y will follow Model 3

So far, Tesla is concentrating on the Model 3 to go into production.

The company, however, has been taking preorders for the Model X and the Model 3 cars as well.

Afterwards, the company will need to push the limits of the capabilities of Tesla's suppliers and those of its own plant in Freemont, California, as both the Model 3 and Y will be huge volume providers.

Regarding the Model Y nomenclature, note that the entirety of Tesla's lineup was created to spell out "sexy" with the Models S, 3, X and Y. Famously, the Model 3 was previously called the Model E before Ford effectively forced them to change it.

From having seven seats, a commanding driving position and a comfortable cabin with low running costs, zero tail-pipe emissions and brilliant performance, auto lovers say that Tesla's Model X totally re-writes the rule book for SUVs which supposedly changes it into a smooth, lavish object of vehicle craving.

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In terms of design, the Model 3 and Model Y are expected to belong to different categories - the Model 3 is a sedan, while the Model Y is expected to be crossover. According to Musk, Tesla plans to show off the prototype versions of the electric pickup truck and semi later this year. However, the new Tesla Model Y SUV has been revealed in concepts.

The upcoming Model 3 will be priced somewhere near $37,000 while on the other hand the Y model might be a little expansive. The computer will reportedly be 40 times more powerful than what has been used in previous Tesla Inc vehicles, reports AutoCar. It is projected that the Model Y might possibly the most successful vehicle that would come out from Tesla.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk will purchase $25 million of common stock, according to the SEC filing.

Even though the Freemont-based corporation would deliver about 76,000 vehicles in the past year, it claimed that it was able to build 2000 models per week by the second half of the year.

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