elon musk tesla model y next week

Model Y

On Sunday, Elon Musk’s space company SpaceX made history by docking the first private American passenger spacecraft to the International Space Station.

The same day, Musk announced big news about Tesla, his electric car company, on Twitter: Tesla’s Model 3 successor, the Model Y, will be revealed at an event on March 14 in Los Angeles at which attendees will be able to test ride Tesla’s newest car.

Sounded Good

In May 2018, Musk predicted the reveal date to be March 15 — but subsequently walked the promise back, saying that “I just made that up, because the Ides of March sounded good.”

Musk also offered up some further details on Twitter about Tesla’s upcoming SUV: it will be about 10 percent bigger than the Model 3, while also costing about 10 percent more. The range will be impacted due to its bigger size and weight, while still featuring the same battery as the Model 3.

Much-Anticipated

Musk first teased the Model Y in 2015, saying it will be an intermediary crossover SUV that’s larger than a Model 3, but smaller than a Model X. The CEO also teased that it will have falcon-wing doors, but on Sunday Musk corrected himself, saying it will feature “normal” doors.



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