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Tesla will reveal its crucial Model Y utility vehicle next week, on March 14. One day early, it would seem.
Last May, Elon Musk joked on Twitter that he was thinking of first showing the vehicle on March 15, because “the Ides of March” sounded good. Musk tweeted the official date on Sunday, adding that the crossover will be about 10 percent larger and cost 10 percent more than the Model 3 sedan, with which it shares about two-thirds of its parts.
Full specifications and pricing will be released during an event at Tesla’s design studio on Hawthorne, Calif., but the vehicle likely won’t be on sale before the middle of 2020, and even then in small numbers. During Tesla’s earnings call in January, Musk said the Model Y will likely be built at the automaker’s factories in Nevada and China, but that volume production won’t happen until late next year.
“The – as I understand it, the midsized SUV segment is the – worldwide is the most popular type of vehicle. So we’ll probably see a higher volume of Y than 3,” Musk said on the call.
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