Production of the Tesla Model Y is set to begin in late 2020 (standard range production variants will enter production in early 2021), which is about one year or some from now, but Tesla already released loads of details about the car, so let’s take a look at everything we know about the Model Y.
The three Long Range versions of the Model Y will cost from $48,000 to $61,000 (excluding $1,200 for destination and handling) depending on powertrain option (RWD, AWD or Performance AWD). The Standard battery version, initially priced at $39,000, will be available in Spring 2021 at the earliest. Overseas markets like Europe and China will get the Model Y some 6-12 months later than the U.S.
All the Model Y options (see list below) cost up to $16,000 above MSRP (non-Performance versions) and $14,500 (Performance version), which means that the fully loaded Model Y will go for $75,500 + $1,200 destination and handling. However, if you don’t need the Full Self-Driving Capability option ($5,000) or seating for seven ($3,000), options will cost much less.
Gallery: 2020 Tesla Model Y