Although the coronavirus crisis has changed all of us, the truth is that the world continues to move—Tesla Model Y, the electric SUV, is beginning to receive good reviews.
Tesla Model Y is a crucial model in the evolution of the North American company because it represents its entry into a segment that, until now, had not been touched. The SUV, or crossover, which in theory allows us to use them both by city and highway and by the field.
The tested Model Y already came with the “performance upgrade” pack that increases the speed from 230 to 250 km/h. In addition to that extra engine power, this unit featured 21 Überturbine wheels, high-performance brakes, low suspension, and aluminum alloy pedals.
One of the details that stands out in the analysis is that the Model Y is not perceived as a car with a center of gravity too high, but rather the opposite. Probably due to the enormous weight of the lithium-ion batteries, this EV closely resembles the sensations that a Model 3 transmits in fast curves, a model that, remember, is the manufacturing base of this SUV.
James Engelsman, a YouTuber, managed to go from 0 to 100 in just 3.5 seconds, which means being above vehicles like the Porsche Macan Turbo, the Mercedes-Benz GLC 63S, or the Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye. All of which are cars that have prices of around 80,000 dollars