Three-Row Tesla Model Y Will Go into Production Next Month, CEO Musk Says
Mark UrbanoCars and drivers
- In a Twitter message this afternoon, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the seven-seater Model Y will go into production next month.
- He said deliveries for the $ 3,000 add-on should begin in December.
- The Y model has been in production for about nine months now, with the first distributions in the U.S. resuming in March of this year.
It is known that the three-row, seven-seater Tesla Model Y was in the pipeline, but so far the deadline Obscure. In a tweet This afternoon, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, said production of the three-line Model Y will begin next month and distribution will begin in December.
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The idea that the Model Y could be converted into a three-row vehicle was introduced in March 2019. It will now be available for production in February 2020, roughly nine months after the seven-seater Model Y is launched. The configuration is a $ 3,000 add-on, and the Tesla website says it will not be available until 2021.
Starting at $ 51,190, the Y Model has an EPA rating of 315 miles for long range and performance variants. Currently, there are no dimensions for the third row of the Y model, but we are definitely curious to see what kind of seats can be removed from that trunk space.
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