Matrix seems to be a mixed bag depending on Fremont or Austin and/or LR or P...2023 model year is not out yet so no one knows until it arrives. 2022 still has not received updates that Model Y has received in other markets like the new door panels or matrix headlights on LR.
This.There are no "model years" with Tesla in the traditional sense. They are constantly changing. Some are coming with cargo covers and magnetic (vs. latch) center consoles. I just learned the 7-seaters now have a revised subtrunk cover that you can prop open.
They’re only just starting to deliver cars with the 4680 batteries. No way of specifying one that I know of. The 4680 seems to have a lot of advantages but it’s a new technology and may also have unknown issues, especially early on, so there’s a bit of added risk to it currently. Time will tell.If you order now will you get 1 with 4680 cells? Is it even worth waiting for those? Doesn't seem like it from the little i've read.
Thanks. I dont update it daily or anything, usually wait for a few things to change and get confirmation. Tesla is hard to document. Even if something changes in July, it doesnt mean ALL July cars will have that change.You should check out the thread started by @Tha_Ape - it's been fairly consistently updated, as it tracks changes to MY over time. As others have stated, there aren't really features aligned with model years - features tend to get revised / added / removed when Tesla is ready to do so.
DISCLAIMER: Sorry if a thread has already been made, but I havent seen one getting updated. I plan on keeping an active change log by editing this post. Right now I'm concentrating on NA cars, but if people have info, I'll add in China and Berlin I'm going to start with my understanding...teslamotorsclub.com