Tesla Model Y 2023: The Tesla Model Y is an all-electric SUV that sits beneath the Model X and offers a more spacious (albeit more expensive) alternative to the Model 3 sedan. It’s one of the most popular electric vehicles on the road, thanks to its excellent electric range, a plethora of in-car technology, and quick acceleration, particularly in the Performance trim.
Official details for the 2023 Model Y were not available at the time of our review’s publication, but we suspect that the introduction of Tesla’s so-called 4680 battery cells will be a significant upgrade. The new 4680 cells represent a complete overhaul of Tesla’s battery technology, and the company has been working on them for quite some time.
There is a lot that goes into the new cells, but what most consumers care about is that Tesla will save money by using this new battery technology, which they can then pass on to their customers. A new standard-range, all-wheel-drive Model Y is rumoured to be in the works, but the company has yet to confirm this. Read this article for more detailed information of Tesla Model Y 2023 specs, models, price and more.
Tesla Model Y 2023: Price
When it comes to buying an electric car, range is everything, and the Long Range and Performance models have 330 and 303 miles of range, respectively. We’d go with the Long Range, which maximises driving range while still providing plenty of power. There are few ways to personalise your Model Y, and only five exterior colors—three of which are optional. Those interested in the optional third row of seats can do so for an extra $3000.
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Tesla Model Y 2023: Engine
The Model Y lineup no longer includes a low-cost Standard Range trim. No big deal; the Model Y’s Long Range and Performance trims are more appealing than the Standard Range trim. We were able to test an all-wheel-drive Long Range thanks to a generous Car and Driver reader, which zipped from zero to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds, just 0.4 second slower than our long-term Model 3 sedan.
In our testing, the Performance model accelerated to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds. While the Model Y has impressive acceleration, it does not provide the same level of driving pleasure as the Model 3. The SUV body raises the centre of gravity, dulling the sharp edge of the Model 3’s handling, and the Y’s ride is significantly rougher over road imperfections.
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