Tesla Model Y
The company's solid deliveries despite the coronavirus outbreak in the United States sent its shares up about 15% in extended trading. The company's production and delivery was largely unaffected by the coronavirus outbreak in the first three months of the year, as Tesla only began to temporarily suspend production at its San Francisco Bay Area vehicle factory on March 24. Tesla on Thursday did not address the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Elon Musk showed off his dance moves at the launch of Tesla's Model Y electric sports utility vehicle programme at its new Shanghai factory on Tuesday, where the company delivered its first cars built outside the United States to the public. The $2 billion Tesla Inc factory started delivering cars in just 357 days, a record for global automakers in China. Billionaire CEO Musk danced enthusiastically on stage at the event, then stripped off his jacket and flung it aside to reveal a T-s
And it'll have 8-10% less range than the Model 3 sedan.
The company taps VW, Toyota veteran to oversee manufacturing.
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It'll be on the same platform as the Model 3 but built 260 miles apart.
March 15 reveal date will be followed by 2020 production.
He sets a date for unveiling of Model Y crossover, lambastes the UAW
Tesla just released a new video that appears to exist for no other reason than to recap Tesla. There are coupes and SUVs going fast, batteries and a gigafactory, a couple of semis, "The machine that makes the machine," and lots of shots of active, intense factory workers. There's also, at the 0:15-second mark, a tease of some new Tesla half built and half hidden under a sheet. We will assume this is the Model Y. And at the 1:05 mark we get a few seconds of the coming Roadster cockpit looking lik
Tesla Inc is targeting November 2019 as the start of production for its Model Y sport utility vehicle, with production in China to begin two years later, two sources told Reuters this week, shedding some light on the electric vehicle maker's next project that could tax its resources and capacity.
Musk hinted the new truck might be bigger than an F-150 'to account for a really gamechanging feature.'
He still wants to do "something crazy" in the future.
It should be on sale in 2019.
Maybe he Tweeted too soon, but Tesla's Elon Musk let it be known on social media Friday that the future Model Y crossover may also come with "falcon wing" doors. The Tweet has since been deleted.