► Electric vehicles are quickly becoming the norm for automakers, with Tesla leading the pack for the burgeoning industry. The 2022 Tesla Model Y Performance is the company’s most conservatively-specced performance model. With an 82 kWh battery pack and a combined power of 510hp, the all-electric crossover could accelerate from 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds and hit a top speed of 155 mph.
That’s not slow in any way, but its capabilities are notably less impressive than vehicles like the Tesla Model S Plaid or even its sibling, the 2022 Model 3 Performance. The 2022 Model X Plaid, a significantly larger and heavier car than the 2022 Model Y Performance, also outdoes the crossover with its 0-60 mph time of 2.5 seconds and its top speed of 163 mph.
► A few of Tesla’s vehicles have delivery estimates in 2023, including the 2022 Model Y Long Range variant.
Model 3 RWD – August to November 2022.
Model 3 Long Range – July to October 2022.
2022 Model 3 Performance – June to August 2022.
2022 Model Y Long Range – November 2022 to February 2023.
2022 Model Y Performance – July to September 2022.
2022 Model X Plaid – August to October 2022.
2022 Model X (dual motor) – January 2023 to April 2023.
2022 Model S Plaid – June to August 2022.
2022 Model S (dual motor) – October 2022 to January 2023.
2022 Tesla has been increasing the price of its vehicles as the costs of raw materials, logistics, and other factors go up.
► The Long-time Tesla battery partner Panasonic is reportedly weighing the idea of building a new battery plant in the United States. The new facility would be built to supply Texas-based electric vehicle maker Tesla.
anasonic is one of Tesla’s most tenured suppliers, and it has shown every intention that it’s more than willing to supply the electric vehicle maker with 4680 cells, which are expected to be utilized for upcoming vehicles like the Tesla Semi and the Cybertruck. Panasonic announced back in February that its energy division would be building a 4680 battery cell production facility at its Wakayama Factory in western Japan.
► Tesla China’s wholesale figures may have seen a massive drop in April as Giga Shanghai was shut down amidst the country’s anti-Covid measures, but May is shaping up to be completely different.
The first batch of exports from Giga Shanghai this month included 4,767 cars that were loaded into the cargo ship Glovis Splendor. Images taken of the shipment revealed that the vehicles were a mix of 2022 Model 3 sedans and 2022 Model Y electric suvs. This suggests that Giga Shanghai’s production lines for both vehicles are ramping at a steady pace.
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Tesla Model Y With 4680 Battery Leaked & Other News: https://youtu.be/uRDLT5udzDc
NEW Tesla Model Y | Why They Do This? https://youtu.be/gTfNg2-crII
Tesla’s Model Y First Delivery & New Cybertruck Update: https://youtu.be/CYMCDY9xxM0
2022 Tesla Model Y Gets A New Feature & Tesla Semi News: https://youtu.be/m5wMDc65k6k
NEW 2022 Tesla Model Y Updates Confirmed: https://youtu.be/oCmNiLiAGwg
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