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You can think of the Tesla Model Y as a Tesla Model 3 that’s been pumped full of growth hormone to turn it into an electric SUV, with a higher driving position and more room inside.
You see, while the '3' is a fantastic car, Tesla is all too aware that its entry-level saloon doesn’t suit everyone. Its small boot opening isn’t great for families, for example, and it's not an SUV, which is an instant turn-off for many buyers.
Over the next few pages of this review, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about the Tesla Model Y, including how practical it is and how many miles you can really expect from a full battery charge. We’ll also run you through some of its impressive safety and self-driving tech.
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We have no information to suggest that the Model Y is being discontinued. It was launched in 2020 so it's likely to be in production for several more years.