The Tesla Model Y has arrived in Australia. Is this the best EV on the market for families? At $72,300, it’s already had a price increase for the 2022 Model Y RWD that we are testing today.
Did you order a Model Y before the price rise? Around 7000 Australians ordered on day 1 for this EV that competes with the Hyundai Ioniq 5, Kia EV6, BMW iX3 and Mercedes EQA/EQC. We’re testing the 2022 Tesla Model Y Standard Range RWD with 220kW of power and a 60kWh battery for 455km range (claimed).
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Our Model Y walkaround: https://youtu.be/7an5SBx7C8w
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