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Looks good. I may change my gray order to blue.
What’s up with those low red lights/reflectors? Also, note the tow hitch cover.
Let's keep track of price and configurations. So far, Tesla increased the price late March as part of the general 3% increase.
Is the aggressively sloped roof really that important to reduce drag or is it more a design choice?
I would have preferred less slope and...
Model Y superimposed on Model 3
Mid-range AWD would be sweet!
I never imagined that it would have seven seats! The poll numbers was intended for five seats.
So, we don’t yet know the cargo space for the...
When Elon said that they will not put 2170 cells in the S and X and added a “can’t comment on future products”, I immediately thought next gen S...
I would really appreciate a cargo barrier solution. It’s crucial for safety when the trunk is loaded above the rear seats. Attachment points would...
Note that Elon is now referring to Model Y is a “midsize SUV”. Back in the Master Plan Part Deux, it was a “compact SUV”.
In exterior dimensions, Model 3 is larger then both Q5 and X3. So, it’s certainly possible that it will have more passenger and cargo space.
Interesting that he’s now referring to it as “midsize SUV”. In the master plan he wrote “compact SUV”. More cargo space?
Correction: the Outlander PHEV has 30.4 cu (SAE) of cargo space. So, anything above that will be enough for me.
Total Cargo Space = trunk (with all seats used) + frunk
I'm waiting eagerly for the Model Y, but cargo space is really the deciding factor.
Currently driving an Outlander PHEV, which has some 34...
A comment on the last point. My plan is to replace our 2015 Outlander PHEV with the Model Y, but without the possibility for a roof box it just...
I don't think the Y will have FWD. My top three reasons:
1. Without a third row, it's not needed (for easy entry)
2. Keep cost/price down.
OK, seems like the 88.1 cu ft for the Model X is with all the seats down. We should compare the Model X cargo space for the five seat version with...
Perhaps time to for an updated poll.
I guessing spring of 2018. Tesla should be out of Model 3 production hell by then.
I think (and hope) that the Model Y will be more like the BMW X3, with higher gound clearance and a more upright seating postiion. In the Master...
I thought it wasn't needed. Is that you guess?
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