The Tesla Model Y Crossover will be built on the same platform as the Model 3. This crossover, which will be smaller in size than the Model X, is expected to enter production in 2020. Several days ago, at an event at the Tesla Design Studio in Los Angeles, Musk revealed the Tesla Model Y. This crossover marks Tesla’s newest production vehicle. So, here are five facts to know about the 2021 Tesla Model Y crossover.
5. Where Does The 2021 Tesla Model Y Fit?
As we already know that the Model Y will be built on the same platform as the Model 3, the things we know about this model come from this car. If Tesla doesn’t stretch the Model 3’s 113.2-inch wheelbase, the Model Y will fit among smaller crossovers like the BMW X3 and Acura MDX. The Model Y will be a car-based SUV, which features spacious rear cargo area of a trucker SUV and tall seating position. So, it will be quite similar to the smaller crossovers. Likewise, the Model Y won’t cost much more than the base Model 3.