There are growing signs that Tesla will bring the Model Y Crossover crossover to market even earlier than expected, meaning they could even start delivering before the summer. However, the car has not been fully revealed and there is much debate about its actual size.
Sources say the new car will be available in a seven-seater version through the third row, but it is unclear whether it is big enough to provide enough space for adults. Now, the third row of pictures has been leaked, although not rich, but it does provide reasonable leg room, especially if the second row sliding forward.
Thanks to many advanced manufacturing technologies, Model Y and Model 3 can share 70% of the parts. The remote and high-performance version of the Model Y Crossover is expected to retail for between $48,000 and $61,000, and the standard battery version will go on sale a year later for $39,000.