Elon Musk has confirmed that the start of production and deliveries of the 7-seater version of the Tesla Model Y will start earlier than planned. Finally giving the green light to an expected variant that will undoubtedly be well received by customers with large families.
Initially, it was planned that the start of deliveries of this variant would begin at the end of the year or early 2021, but Musk himself has warned of an advance of the dates, now the estimate is to start in late September or early October.
Undoubtedly there is a lot of expectation to see how it will finally be resolved to put seven seats in an SUV 4.69 meters long. The available space is very limited, which inevitably means that the last two spaces limit their use to children. Although in his promotion, Tesla indicated that there was space “for seven adults.”
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Among the keys will be that although the third row will be fixed, the second will be able to configure its distance from the first, opening the possibilities of providing a little more space for the occupants of the last row.
An option that will cost around 3,500 dollars and that will allow completing the proposal of the electric SUV. A vehicle that will become an even more exciting alternative for those looking for an electric and familiar model, with the possibility of mounting a tow hook, in a configuration very unusual within the current offer within electric cars.