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Tesla Model Y Performance with 21" Überturbine Wheels Spotted in SF

by George Szeto March 03, 2020

Tesla Model Y Performance with 21" Überturbine Wheels Spotted in SF


Tesla will start to deliver the Model Y long range AWD and Performance in about two weeks from now. For the very first time, a Model Y (Dual Motor Badge) Performance with 21" Überturbine Wheels was spotted in the wild in San Francisco area.  These wheels are similar to ones shown in the Model 3 unveiling event back on March 2016, which had never been produced.

 


Throughout the past few days, many owners who ordered the Model Y (non 7 seat) are able to fill out the pre delivery applications.

 Tesla Model Y

image credit: reddit user u/WiseShepherd

 




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