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Visitors to Tesla’s website who click on “Model Y” will be redirected to a landing page that shows an image, first teased by CEO Elon Musk during Tesla’s 2017 Shareholder Meeting. By adjusting the light balance on Tesla’s Model Y teaser image, we can see a slight resemblance to the Model 3, which the vehicle is derived from.
Tooling for Tesla Model Y will begin this year, according to the company’s fourth quarter and 2018 full year update letter.
With 75% of Model Y’s components being shared with the Model 3, Tesla expects to be able to hit volume production by the end of 2020 from Gigafactory 1 in Sparks, Nevada.