Tesla Model Y

Tesla Recalls 130,000 Vehicles in U.S. Over Software Bug
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Tesla Recalls 130,000 Vehicles in U.S. Over Software Bug

Including Tesla’s Model S and X from 2021 and 2022.

Tesla to Release Cheaper Model Y With Increased Battery Capacity
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Tesla to Release Cheaper Model Y With Increased Battery Capacity

The company’s employees will have first dibs.

Tesla To Deliver EVs Without USB Ports in Lieu of Chip Shortages
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Tesla To Deliver EVs Without USB Ports in Lieu of Chip Shortages

Some customers were not made aware of this change until they bought their cars.

Tesla Raises Prices Across All Four Production EVs
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Tesla Raises Prices Across All Four Production EVs

Wait times for orders have also significantly increased.

Tesla Recalls Over 7,600 Vehicles Due to Possible Seatbelt Issues
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Tesla Recalls Over 7,600 Vehicles Due to Possible Seatbelt Issues

The third recall this week.


Tesla Recalls Nearly 6,000 Cars Over Possible Loose Brake Parts
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Tesla Recalls Nearly 6,000 Cars Over Possible Loose Brake Parts

Including select 2019-2021 Model 3 and 2020-2021 Model Y vehicles.

Tesla's Q1 2021  Earnings Reveal Company's Highest-Ever Recorded Sale in Electric Vehicles
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Tesla's Q1 2021 Earnings Reveal Company's Highest-Ever Recorded Sale in Electric Vehicles

Tesla intends to make the Model Y its best-selling EV by 2022.

Tesla Slashes Prices of Entry-Level Model 3 and Model Y
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Tesla Slashes Prices of Entry-Level Model 3 and Model Y

In the effort of maintaining strong sales.

Tesla Model Y With Seven Seats Coming This Year
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Tesla Model Y With Seven Seats Coming This Year

As confirmed by Elon Musk.

Tesla Cuts the Price of the Model Y by $3,000 USD
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Tesla Cuts the Price of the Model Y by $3,000 USD

Another reason to look into the electric SUV.

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