Tesla’s boss Elon Musk announced in his Twitter account the debut date of the new Model Y crossover. Responding to a consumer question, he said the model would be officially introduced in March 2019. He stressed that the debut will take place in the period from the end of the current year to the second quarter of 2019, but most likely on 15 March. Some time ago, Musk said that the model delivery might be postponed until 2020.
The Tesla Model Y is a compact crossover, the doors of which are similar to those of Model X. The car boasts an improved autopilot, powered by a powerful computer that is 40 times more powerful of those in current company models.
As you know, Tesla recently revealed more details about the two-engine version of Model 3, which will receive two modifications: Dual Motor AWD and Performance. The latter is expected to compete with the BMW M3 sedan.