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Tesla Model Y Interior Pictures and Info

by Eva Fox March 01, 2020

Tesla Model Y Interior Pictures and Info

Update: Model Y will come with USB-C connectors

Model-Y-USB-Connectors

In recent months, we have seen many Model Ys that have been tested on US and Canadian roads. Messages from photos and videos of this model we have seen everywhere on the Internet. After some pleasant conversations with Model Y drivers, some people even managed to inspect the interior of the car, but none of them have yet been able to take photos of the interior.

The only photos we could see were photos of the third row of seats taken through the rear window of the car and photos of the trunk that recently appeared on the net.

Today, Tesmanian managed to get photos of the Model Y interior.

The car interior looks amazing. All the elements are neat and the seats look incredibly comfortable.

In addition to the photos of the front seats, we also got photos of the second row of seats and some interesting details. The rear seats are a motor to go down, but in order to bring them back up, you need to do this manually.

In the back of the passenger compartment, on the left side, the trunk has two buttons. We were also informed that there is something near the rear left headlight that looks like a 12-volt plug in.

Premium Interior

  • 12-way power adjustable front and rear heated seats
  • Three independently folding 2nd row seats
  • Premium audio – 14 speakers, 1 subwoofer, 2 amps, and immersive sound

Tesla, meanwhile, is producing Model Y ahead of schedule. Delivery of the first cars will happen in 15 days. This means that the company has done tremendous work and improved the production of its cars.

Tesla Model Y production will start in the Fremont factory first, followed by Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai China, then Giga Berlin. The Model Y is expected to outsell Tesla’s Models S, 3, and X combined, which may be why the next-gen carmaker will be making it in three different factories strategically placed worldwide.

Tesla Model Y is an all-electric four-door compact SUV that many people look forward to. It is based on the Model 3 platform. Cars have similar transmission, battery and electric motor. Tesla Model Y is the second car after Model 3, built on the platform of the third generation Tesla. It aims to reduce entry prices for electric vehicles, but not to reduce range and performance.

Like any Tesla, the Model Y is designed to be the safest vehicle in its class. A low center of gravity, a stiff body structure and large crumple zones provide unprecedented protection.

Additional Model Y interior pictures update:

 

 




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