Tesla launched the seven-seat option for the Model Y, alongside a new Standard Range Rear-Wheel Drive variant, in its online configurator.
Tesla has quietly introduced a new entry-level version of its Model Y that Elon Musk said last summer it wouldn't build.
Previously there were only the Long Range and Performance variants, priced from $51,190 and $61,190, respectively. It also comes with rear-wheel drive, instead of the all-wheel-drive setup that is found on the Long Range version and the $59,990 Performance model.
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The Standard Range is capable of driving 244 miles between charges, while the Long Range can go 326 miles.
The Tesla Model Y third-row option doesn't jump out at you as you visit the automaker's website.
Tesla says the Standard Range variant will do 0-to-60 miles per hour in 5.3 seconds versus 4.8 seconds for the Long Range and 3.5 seconds for the Performance versions. This is due to the sliding second-row seats with adjustable seatbacks, allowing owners to give third-row Model Y passengers more space.
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