Tesla Y: To Buy Or Not To Buy?

by | Oct 4, 2022 | Clean Energy | 0 comments

That is the question that Tesla fan Andy Slye takes on in this article from InsideEVs.

Like many, Andy was looking forward to the launch of the new made-in-Texas Model Y’s outfitted with a 4680 battery, but hedged his bets by placing an order for the current Model Y Long Range. Then things changed.

Steven Loveday writes:

“Slye figured he could float the Model Y Long Range order in hopes that he could get one of the new made-in-Texas options. That said, rumors started circulating that Tesla will be using the 4680 battery cells and structural pack in a new Standard Range all-wheel-drive version. This is the part that changed Slye’s mind.”

Read the breakdown from InsideEVS here.

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