Tesla (Tesla) has introduced the first photo of the third row of the new Model Y with 7 options, which is really surprisingly small.
Tesla Model Y 7-seater third row option
Earlier this week, we reported on the open orders for Tesla Model Y standard-range rear-wheel drive and 7-seater third-row options.
Since its launch in March 2019, Tesla has promised to provide a 7-seater version of Model Y.
Many people are surprised that a small SUV can accommodate the third row, but Tesla says this is feasible.
The Model Y went into production in early 2020, but the automaker is focusing on other versions of electric SUVs.
Now, Tesla has begun production of a new Model Y 7 seat option at a price of $3,000, and the automaker has listed some of the features that come with the new interior:
- Third row two seats
- Easy access to the third row
- The third line of USB-C charging
- Sliding the second row, adjustable backrest
- The second and third rows are folded flat for maximum storage of goods
- Electronic folding release in the luggage compartment
We have seen the third row of Model Y in the model before, but that was more than a year ago, and Tesla has not released new photos until now.
Picture of the third row of Tesla Model Y
For some time, there have been rumors that Tesla will make a rear third row, which may provide more space, but Tesla has chosen the traditional front third row.
Type Y is a very small SUV in the third row, and the original appearance confirms that it will be small.
Now, new photos of the third-row production version of Model Y announced by Tesla confirm that it is indeed very small:
Initially, Tesla’s website listed a 7-seat option to accommodate “7 adults”
This may be more accurate because the third row is definitely more suitable for children-making it a great choice for families with children.
Small adults may sit in the back, but not very comfortable.
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