The Model Y Tesla was unveiled this month, with a retail price of £39,000, an uplift on the last Model 3, which started at around £35,000.
This model is the first in an attempt to make Tesla vehicles more accessible to the general public and take them into the mass-market. It’s a mid-sized sports utility vehicle, but will reportedly ‘ride like a sports car’.
The car will have a battery range of 200 to 300 miles per charge, and will be slightly bigger than the Model 3.
Tesla cars have come under some scrutiny over the last 12 months, after a fatality while using the self-driving software. Nevertheless an ever ambitious Musk joked that the new model may not even have a steering wheel.
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