The Y model will be the focus of Tesla's goal of delivering 1 million cars by 2020
Here's all you need to know about Tesla Model Y: a compact SUV, or crossover , which will serve as the accompanying vehicle for the Model 3. The car was unveiled for the first time in 2019 and will begin production towards the end of 2020.
The Model Y shares about 75% of its parts with the Model 3, which is currently Tesla's cheapest car. Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the Model Y will be around 10% larger, it would cost about 10% more and will have a slightly lower range than the Model 3 . The Y model will not have the "Falcon Wing" doors found on Tesla's larger SUV, the Model X. But drivers can expect to stand higher and enjoy less obstructed views in a Model Y.  The Y model will be the focus of Tesla's goal of supplying 1 million cars by 2020. Compact SUVs are among the most famous vehicles in the world. The Y model could help Tesla take advantage of the wave of demand and reduce customer payment payments before production begins.