First unveiled in March 2019, the Tesla Model Y is an all-electric compact crossover utility vehicle (CUV) with deliveries pushed forward to spring 2020. It’s the second vehicle based on the Model 3 sedan platform and will offer optional third-row seats for a seven-passenger seating capacity. Just like the Model 3, the Model Y drivetrains and batteries will becompleted at the Tesla Factory in Fremont, California. Read more for a video comparing the two and additional information.
Deliveries in the US will start in March 2020 for the Long Range, Dual Motor, and Performance versions; deliveries will start in early 2021 for the Standard Range version. After the initial rollout, Tesla is expected to begin shipping cars to the Canadian and Mexican markets, while right-hand drive European markets shortly thereafter.