No. Could you elaborate?
SUV - a genIII platform SUV smaller than the Model X was confirmed 30-May-2013 by Tesla
That link does not mention "Model Y". :tongue:.../ Edit:
Here you can see other mention it:
Source please. :tongue:The Model 3 is the "sedan" of Gen-III just like Model S is the "sedan" of Gen-II. For CUV's - crossover utility vehicle - they will make the Model X for the Gen-II, and a new model for the Gen-III. It's assumed to be called "Model Y". Yes, Tesla has a trademark for that name, registered at the same time the registered "Model E" - that later had to be replaced by "Model 3".
It may take some time, but if you wish - and no other remember where it was mentioned - I can find a link to somewhere that Elon is talking about the Gen-III CUV. I just don't have that links in my head or bookmarks /...
Source: Tesla sources
Vehicle Year Notes Roadster 2008-12 Lotus Elise chassis; 2,400 sold Model S sedan 2012 Approx. 20,000 built so far Model X crossover 2015 Full production scheduled early 2015 Gen III sedan 2016 Compact sedan might wait until 2017 Gen III crossover 2018 Planned for 18 months after sedan Model S redesign 2020 8-year sheet-metal cadence Gen III sports car 2020 Lower priority than sedan/crossover Gen III convertible 2020 Arrives with the sports car Pickup ? Musk says he wants one; no r&d yet
I absolutely want a wagon. The S is already a little space challenged in the back (unacceptable headroom, not very versatile rear). I fear shrinking that makes things worse.
I like the size of my sportwagen. The only thing that might improve it would be making it a little higher.
I really like the Mercedes EB. It'd be fantastic if they patterned it after that car.
Station Wagon is leading? Next up, National Lampoon's EVacation.