Tesla has discreetly presented another section level version of its Model Y that Elon Musk said the previous summer it wouldn’t fabricate.
The back tire drive Model Y Standard Range is priced at $41,990, which is $8,000 not exactly the all-wheel-drive Long Range version of the compact crossover.
The Standard Range is fit for traveling 244 miles between charges, while the Long Range can go 326 miles.
The new model was important for the initial Model Y plan, however last July Musk told a Twitter devotee that Tesla wouldn’t make it since its “range would be unacceptably low (<250 mile EPA).”
All things considered, he said there would be a back tire drive Long Range version, yet such a vehicle has not yet gone on sale.
Battery packs are among the most costly components of an electric vehicle and, despite the fact that Tesla is fit for building them at a lower cost than most automakers, the around 25-kilowatt-hour contrast between a Standard Range and Long Range pack represents a few thousand dollars.
The new Model Y’s accessibility comes as the likewise estimated two-wheel-drive Ford Mustang Mach-E and Volkswagen ID.4 enter the market with 230 miles and 250 miles of range, respectively, evaluated at $35,395 and $32,495 subsequent to taking away the $7,500 federal tax credit the two of them meet all requirements for, which isn’t accessible for the Model Y, as Tesla has depleted its allotment.
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