Tesla Model Y 2021 Review.
By Mark Andrews
The Tesla Model Y builds on the success of the closely related Model 3, and stands as a more practical offering with its crossover styling and extra cargo room. Thanks to class-leading performance and what should be razor-sharp pricing, the Y looks well placed to shake up the EV market in Australia – even more so than the Model 3 has already. With orders anticipated to open up soon ahead of first deliveries expected in the first half of 2022, we’ve hit the road with the Model Y in Shanghai to judge for ourselves whether it’s worthy of the hype and the wait.
If the Tesla Model 3 marked the US start-up’s coming out as a high-volume, mass-market EV manufacturer – cementing its place as a household name – then the new 2021 Tesla Model Y is the electric car the world has been waiting for.
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