Which three-row Tesla SUV is right for you? Here’s what the data says. For most of Tesla's history, it had only the Model S sedan to sell. That changed with the introduction of the Tesla Model X SUV. Suddenly, you had choices, but it was either a large sedan or large SUV. But in recent years the choices have become more nuanced. If you want a Tesla car, you can choose from either a small sedan in the form of the Model 3 or the Model S. On the Tesla SUV front, you also now have a choice between the smaller Tesla Model Y or the larger Model X. Here, we take a look at the similarities and differences between…
PROS Impressive EV range and performance Roomy and family-friendly interior Access to Tesla's excellent Superchargers CONS Very firm ride Predictable looks Question marks over quality The Tesla Model Y is the fourth mass-production model from the electric car maker, and is a roomy family-sized SUV that’s closely related to the Model 3 – a car we rate highly enough to have awarded it our Car of The Year crown in 2020. The major difference between the Model Y and the Model 3 is that the newer car’s SUV body delivers more interior and boot space than in the Model 3. It’s sure to be appealing to EV buyers in need of that extra space, but are a little daunted by…
For some, stock has never been enough. Decades of hot rodders, drifters, lowriders, track rats, and every niche in between have forged rich and enduring cultures centered around modifying automobiles. But as the inevitable era of electrification approaches, there are those who believe we're facing an existential threat to the future of automotive enthusiasm itself. We have to admit, we're a bit spooked ourselves. But after a day of hitting apexes and traveling at triple-digit speeds behind the wheel of a track-prepped Tesla Model 3—the Unplugged Performance Ascension R—we're feeling a lot better about what those who love to drive and tune their cars can expect as the EV revolution gradually takes hold. Old Tuners, New Tricks We got our…
"The Tesla Model Y takes what makes the Model 3 great and adds SUV practicality" Pros Fast and efficient Spacious interior Hatchback boot Cons Delayed for the UK Patchy build quality Limited model lineup The Tesla Model Y has all the ingredients to be a hit when it eventually arrives on UK shores. The Tesla Model 3 has already struck a chord with buyers, appearing in the list of top-selling cars during 2021 and scoring well in our Driver Power owners satisfaction survey. Adding SUV style and space is only likely to make the recipe more desirable. There's certainly enough hype around the brand but Tesla does risk missing the boat. Instead of arriving as a trailblazer, the Model Y…
The Tesla Cybertruck is all electric battery powered light commercial vehicle in development by Tesla, Inc. With range estimates of 250–500 miles (400–800 km) and an estimated 0–60 mph time of 2.9–6.5 seconds, depending on the model, three models have been announced. The aim of Tesla in developing the Cybertruck is to provide a sustainable energy substitute for the roughly 6,500 fossil fuel powered trucks sold in the United States per day. The base price of the rear-wheel drive model of the vehicle will be $39,900, with all-wheel drive models starting at $49,900. Production Cybertruck begin in 2021, with more models being offered by 2022 year. The Tesla Cybertruck’s user interface in the prototype could give us a glimpse at…
The most popular Electric large Sedan in US is Model S, the Tesla would like to keep this position with the new 2023 Tesla Model S. Model S is represented model since the electric automaker’s inception in 2003. Launched in 2012, it signaled a radical shift in the automotive landscape with its incredible performance, decent range and semi-autonomous driving capabilities. Anyhow, newer models such as the Model 3, Model Y, Roadster 2.0, and take some advantages in specific segment. So the concerning that Model S now starting to fade into the shadows. With a new 2023 Tesla Model S will have significant updates, with full redesign. Tesla will take a positive approach and explore what a potential Model S replacement…