Tesla Model Y Review

Having recently driven the Tesla Model Y I can honestly say that it is a very capable car. It is a perfect combination of style and comfort, and offers good range, safety, and reliability. I will be looking at a few key aspects of the car in this article, including safety, range, interior layout, and the Supercharger network.

Rear hatch

Having a large rear hatch is not unheard of, but the one on the Tesla Model Y is no doubt a big draw. It extends out along the bumper, and in the case of the Model Y, is integrated into the rear bumper.

The rear hatch may be the best part of the new all-electric crossover, but it does carry a risk. Several Model Y owners have reported that the hatch is susceptible to collision damage, including rear-end collisions. And while the back panel can absorb minor impacts, it doesn’t protect the rear hatch from collision damage in more severe crashes.

The model Y’s rear hatch is the largest in its class, but it’s also the smallest. According to Tesla’s specifications, the Model Y has 68 cubic feet of cargo space, which is nearly as much as the Model X’s trunk.

Interior layout

Compared to the Model 3 sedan, the interior layout of the Tesla Model Y feels more sophisticated. It’s spartan, but also has a sleek, futuristic feel. The seats are comfortable, and the cabin has plenty of room. The touchscreen controls most features. It’s a bit distracting while driving, though.

The Tesla Model Y’s standard features include Bluetooth, wireless device charging, and a 14-speaker stereo. There’s also a Wi-Fi hot spot. The car has a power liftgate, a removable floor, and a trunk. It can hold a carry-on suitcase, a medium-sized bag, and a large duffle bag.

One underfloor storage compartment is large enough to fit a large duffle bag. The cargo area also features two deep cubbies on the sides. The Model Y can fit up to 68 cubic feet of cargo. This is one of the biggest cargo capacities among luxury SUVs.


Originally, the range of the Tesla Model Y was expected to be 280 miles. The Model Y was eventually discontinued because of its lack of range. However, the company has recently announced that a new entry-level model will be available for the 2023 model year.

The new Model Y will feature a rear-wheel drive (RWD) variant. It is expected to debut in the Italian market by the end of the year. The price of the RWD version will start at 49,990 euros.

In addition to the rear-wheel drive model, the company has also introduced a long-range model, which is expected to have a total range of 507 kilometers. The price of the Long Range Model Y is estimated to be between $73,990 and $119,990. It will come with red paint and a white interior. In addition, it will have full self-driving capabilities.

Supercharger network

Until recently, the Tesla Supercharger network was a proprietary network only available to Tesla owners. It was a great convenience for Tesla drivers. The Supercharger logo lights up green to indicate power is flowing. It is also easy to use.

The Tesla Supercharger network has more than 2,500 locations across the globe. It is one of the largest charging networks in the world. Its kilowatt-hour (kWh) charging rates vary by location. However, it has a subscription plan to help cut down on charging costs.

A Supercharger is a charging station with multiple stalls. Each stall can charge two vehicles simultaneously. These charging stations are located throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and the Arctic Circle. Each station has an on-site battery. The chargers are connected to the battery by eight cables.


Several safety tests have been conducted on the new Tesla Model Y. The car has been graded on various safety metrics, including frontal impact, side impact, and rollover tests. The results have shown that the car’s structure is highly robust and is capable of absorbing many times the weight of the vehicle. The low center of gravity of the car also helps in improving the stability of the road.

The car also achieved the highest score in Adult Occupant Protection. The test showed that the Model Y passed the test on a variety of frontal and side crash scenarios. Besides this, the car achieved a high score in the vulnerable road user category. It also scored a high score on the child occupant protection test.