After converting hundreds of thousands of motorists to electric with its popular Model 3, Tesla is doing it again with a slightly larger vehicle: the Model Y.
Landed on our roads a few months ago, the Model Y becomes the brand’s second utility vehicle, after the most imposing Model X.
Like all the other vehicles of the Californian brand, the Model Y is powered by a fully electric motor. The model stands out with a very competitive range of 509 kilometers in a single charge, but also a Performance variant capable of going from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.7 seconds.
Delivered as standard with all-wheel drive, the Model Y obviously has several assets to charm Quebec motorists. However, nothing is perfect in this world.
After trying it out, our journalist Antoine Joubert presents what he liked about the Tesla Model Y, but also the points that need to be improved.