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Which car comes out on top when you compare the Tesla Model Y vs Cybertruck? The Model Y right? NOT SO FAST! The Cybertruck is priced to sell, making it tough to choose between the two.
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As we all know, Tesla announced the Model Y back in March, and the Cybertruck back in November.
The Cybertruck, on the other hand, looks like no car we’ve ever seen before.
First off, the Cybertruck is a very large truck. Many people have downloaded the Cybertruck AR app and found that the truck will not fit in their garage. It’s a completely different car, and might not seem like something to compare to the Model Y, but with such similar specs and pricing, I’m going to compare them side by side.
The Model Y technically seats up to 7, but that third row of seats likely won’t fit anyone but small children. So really, you can expect to seat 5 in the Model Y. In the Cybertruck you can seat 6, comfortably (according to people who test drove it at the announcement event)
Cargo space in the Model Y is 66 cubic feet and features a hatchback lift Gate for easy loading.
The Cybertruck is expected to be 231.7 inches long, 79.8 inches wide, and 78 inches tall, with a 6.5-ft. bed. It’s also expected to weight 5000-6500 pounds
The Model Y is expected to be 187.9 inches long, 78.8 inches wide, and 62.9 inches tall. It’s also expected to weigh 4078.5 pounds.
The Model Y has a fixed suspension, compared with the Cybertruck’s Adaptive air suspension.
The model Y features the same universal 15-inch touch screen as the Model 3, and the Cybertruck will have a similar design, except the screen is 17 inches.
Comparing the Cybertruck vs Model Y is getting pretty difficult!
Both cars have panoramic glass roofs, 4 doors, and a frunk.
Both cars feature the Same included Autopilot features and allow you to add full self-driving for $7000.
So, if we take the Cybertruck Single Motor RWD vs. the Model Y Standard Range we have:
The Cybertruck Single Motor RWD starts at $39,900, gets 250+ miles of range, a 0-60 of 6.5 seconds and top speed has yet to be announced.
However, we know it can tow 7500+ pounds.
The Model Y Standard Range is estimated to start at $40,000 (or possibly more, but we’ll go with $40,000), gets 230 miles of range, a 0-60 of 5.9 seconds, and a top speed of 120mph.
So, comparing the two, the Model Y is about $100 more, gets 20 miles less range, and a .6 seconds faster 0-60.
Next up, the Cybertruck Dual Motor AWD starts at $49,900, get 300+ miles of range, a 0-60 of 4.5 seconds, and top speed has yet to be announced. However, we know it can tow 10,000+ pounds.
Compared to the Long Range AWD Model Y. It starts at $52,000, gets 280 miles of range, a 0-60 of 4.8 seconds, and a top speed of 135mph.
So, comparing the two, the Model Y is about $2100 more, gets 20 fewer miles of range, and a 0-60 that is .3 seconds slower.
Last up is the Tri-Motor Cybertruck. It starts at $69,900, gets 500+ miles of range, a 0-60 of 2.9 seconds, and top speed has yet to be announced. However, we know if can tow 14,000+ pounds.
Now this one is tough to compare since it’s tri-motor, and that doesn’t exist for the Model Y, but with the performance AWD Model Y it's $61,000, gets 280 miles of range, a 0-60 of 3.5 seconds, and a top speed of 150mph.
So, in the Cybertruck you pay $8900 more, but get 220 miles more range (almost the entire range of the standard range Model Y), and a 0-60 that is .6 seconds faster.
How about that for an interesting comparison? It's tough to choose between the Tesla Cybertruck vs Model Y!
Also, keep in mind that the Cybertruck won’t begin production until late 2021, compared to the Model Y which will be Summer of 2020, or possibly earlier.
If the Cybertruck succeeds, I’m curious to see if Tesla will plan to take the Exoskeleton design, and apply it to other car designs. It could mean a future of cars that look much different than what we’re used to, but actually cost a lot less to produce.
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