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2020 TESLA MODEL Y WALKAROUND AND CHANGES

Take a look at the 2020 Tesla Model Y in detail in this walkaround.

In 2020, Tesla has a decent car lineup to choose from, with a few in the pipeline such as the Tesla Cybertruck and the new Tesla Roadster. But Tesla was missing a car that would fit in the cross-over SUV stable, which is where the Tesla Model Y and the Model X come in, and the Tesla Model Y is the latest in the Tesla line up.

When you first step inside of the Model Y, you'll notice a great similarity with the Tesla Model 3, with its large dashboard and simplistic yet comfortable feel. All of the traditional switches, dials and screens are merged and accessible through the large 15-inch display in the middle of the dashboard, which is unique to Tesla cars. The steering wheel is identical to the one that you will find in the Tesla Model 3, it has steering wheel controls that will allow the driver to adjust a few basic functions, such as audio volume.

The front and rear seats have been designed to sit higher than the Model 3 for greater comfort, and the passenger seats have more legroom in the new 2020 Tesla Model Y. Furthermore, Tesla designed the Model Y rear seats to have the ability to recline, giving passengers even more comfort on longer journeys. With that said, the Model Y has the biggest boot space too, which makes the Model Y one of the most practical Tesla's available to date.

Take a look at the video below by MotorTrend on YouTube, giving us a walkaround of the 2020 Tesla Model Y.

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