Tesla plans on starting production of its compact crossover in the second half of 2020.
The updated Model S will likely adopt a minimalist cabin with an all-new infotainment system.
The Tesla Model Y won’t land in the hands of customers until the fall of 2020.
Top Gear visited the Tesla factory, drove a Model 3, checked at a supercharging station and saw the Model Y.
Apart from the Model Y, Tesla has also increased pricing across its inventory by three per cent.
Even though the new program is most cost efficient for the automaker, Tesla owners still get a chance to win a Roadster.
Deliveries of the Tesla Model Y will start next year with prices topping $70,000.
Tesla analysts and investors feel the Model Y is underwhelming and may steal sales from the Model 3.
The top-spec Tesla Model Y Dual Motor Performance can accelerate to 60 mph in 3.5s.
The Tesla Model Y will hit the market in 2020 in a number of configurations.
The Tesla Model Y will have familiar looks and premiere at 8pm PDT tonight.
The compact lectric crossover will use Model 3 underpinnings, and production should commence next year.