New cars don’t come much more important or more anticipated than the 2022 Tesla Model Y.
This all-electric SUV is already the best-selling EV crossover on the planet, and it’s finally arrived in Australia where it will compete with a number of key rivals like the Audi e-tron, Kia EV6, Hyundai Ioniq 5, Volvo XC40 Recharge, BMW iX and Mercedes EQA and EQC.
In this review, Tom White got behind the wheel of the base model RWD Model Y, which is just over $70,000 (AUD) and our intention is to get into the flagship Model Y Performance soon (more than AUD $100,000).
This five-seater SUV (there’s a seven seater version in other markets, but not in Australia just yet) offers more practicality than most other midsize SUVs out there, and with the choice of rear-wheel drive (RWD) or all-wheel drive (AWD), it betters some of its direct EV SUV rivals, too.
With driving range claimed at either 455km for the RWD or 514km for the Model Y Performance AWD, and with impressive claims on the efficiency front – plus with fast charging and more recharging options than any other brand on the market, there’s a lot to like about the Model Y.
But is there more to the story? You bet. Watch the video, and read the detailed review, at the link below.
00:48 Pricing and features
08:22 Under the bonnet
09:08 Range and charging
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