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A complete breakdown of how the Tesla Model Y compares to the Model 3, and which prevails in the end! Both built on the same platform, some people have trouble telling these apart, but when you compare the Model Y vs Model 3, you'll notice some big differences.
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Learning from past mistakes making the Model X completely different than the Model S, Tesla decided to take 75% of the Model 3, and apply it to the Model Y.
As we know, Tesla had what they called “production hell” when ramping up Model 3 production. So now that they are going steady with production, Tesla can take most of what they’re already doing with the Model 3, and apply it to the Model Y’s assembly line over at their Freemont factory. To start with, the design of the Model Y looks like a slightly bigger Model 3, and that’s because it’s exactly that, being about 10% larger. It’s a little bit taller overall, and the back opens up to a hatchback as opposed to the normal trunk in the Model 3.
The seats in the front are the same as the Model 3 but mounted on risers to give them a slightly higher ride height than the Model 3. The ground clearance of both cars appears to be the same.
The main difference is in cargo space. Model 3 has 15 cubic feet of cargo space, compared with 66 in the Model Y. So, quite a big increase in cargo space for the Model Y with just a 10% overall increase in size.
Both cars are available in the same 5 color options: Pearl White Multi-Coat is included, Solid Black is $1000 extra, Midnight Silver Metallic is $1000 extra, Deep Blue Metallic is $1000 extra, and Red Multi-Coat is $2000 extra.
The Model 3 and Y both come with two-wheel options: the standard 18-inch aero wheels, or the 19-inch sport wheels for an extra $1500. Additionally, if you buy the performance version, you get the 20-inch grey performance wheels.
Both cars have the same interior options. An included all-black interior or a white and black interior for an extra $1000.
The Model Y is available in Long Range, Long Range dual motor, and Performance Dual Motor.
Technically speaking, both cars have another trim available, but not easily available on Tesla’s website. According to various sources, Tesla still does sell the Standard Range Model 3 in stores or over the phone at $35k. And this would compare to the standard range Model Y which Tesla says will begin production in early 2021.
Now let's compare the specs of the Model Y vs Model 3
Comparing the specs of the Standard Range Model 3 (reportedly available through Tesla directly), and the standard range model Y (coming in early 2021) we have:
The Standard Range Model 3 at $35,000, 220 miles, 0-60 of 5.6 seconds, 130mph.
Standard Range Model Y at $40,000, 230 miles, 0-60 of 5.9 seconds, 120 mph.
So, comparing the 2, in the Model Y you get 10 miles more range, .3 seconds slow 0-60, and a top speed 10mph slower for $5000 more. But, you get about 10% more space.
Model 3 Standard Range+: $39,490, 250 miles, a 0-60 of 5.3 seconds, 140 mph.
So, with the Model Y, you pay about $500 more (or possibly more depending on the final release price), you get 20 miles less range, .6 less 0-60, and a top speed that is 20mph less. All of this to have a car that’s 10% bigger and gets 66 cubic feet of cargo space, as opposed to 15.
Model 3 Dual Motor Long Range version at $48,490, 322 miles, 0-60 of 4.4 seconds, 145 mph.
Dual Motor Long Range Model Y comes in at $52,000, 280 miles, 0-60 of 4.8 seconds, 135mph.
So, for $3510 more, you get 42 miles less range, .4 seconds slow 0-60, and a top speed that is 10mph slower.
The Dual Motor Performance Model 3 comes in at $56,990, 310 miles, a 0-60 of 3.2 seconds, 162mph.
The Dual Motor Performance Model Y comes in at $61,000, 280 miles, a 0-60 of 3.5 seconds, 150mph.
So, for $4010 more, you get 30 miles less range, a 0-60 that is .3 seconds slower, and a top speed that is 12mph slower.
What do you think about the Model Y? A beautiful, smart? A bloated, lazy Model 3 alteration? Let me know in the comments below!
I hope you enjoyed this complete breakdown of the Tesla Model Y vs Model 3, or maybe the Tesla Model 3 vs Model Y? Whichever way you see it!
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