Tesla has stopped producing the low-priced Model Y SUV, which was only added to the product lineup in early January.
The Y-standard range has been removed from the automaker̵
Tesla does not have a functioning public relations department in the United States to request information, but the retail sales staff confirmed that the model is no longer available for ordering. However, there are still some prices in the existing inventory at $39,990.
Last July, Tesla CEO Elon Musk stated that he would not launch this car at all because its range per charge would be “unacceptably low (EPA is less than 250 miles). )”.
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The official rating is 244 miles, which is less than the similarly sized Volkswagen ID.4, which can travel 250 miles per charge and starts at $39,995, but is eligible for a federal tax credit of $7,500.
With the launch of ID.4, the launch of Ford Mustang Mach-E and the recently released smaller Chevrolet Bolt EUV, Tesla Model Y will have a rated driving range of 250 miles and a starting price of 33,995 when facing new competition. Dollar.
The lowest price Model Y currently available for custom orders is the Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive Long Range, which can travel 326 miles per charge and starts at $48,990.