What Separates Tesla Model Y Long Range
Being the most popular in the Model Y lineup and the first ones to be launched – the sister variants of Performance and Long Range Performance are surely standing at the top of he line for the Model Y.
The Long Range variant is meant to be just a single step below the status of the Model Y flagship as the Performance steps in there – but as compared to most preceding Model 3 variants and lower-tier Model Y cars it truly looks solid as ever both in terms of its power and range.
Talking more techy and in-depth metrcis the comparison between Model Y and Model 3, just as well as the Tesla Model Y Performance and Long Range Performance will be all about the motor and the wheel drive, as well as the speed and acceleration. First off making it already different by having an AWD instead of RWD, which obviously makes a world of a difference in acceleration that kicks in as Performance gets to a 60 mph mark in impressive 3.7 secs – a mere 0.2 less than the Performance as the range is also an improved metric here – to a solid 255 miles which surely dips compared to the top dog Performance yet suffices for almost any type of in-ciy or even most long-range traveling. All those are a major step-up from single-motor Tesla Model 3 that is considered to be generally more expensive and premium.
Take the fully-premium interior finish into account you have yourself a solid choice for a 4-door AWD sedan that has it all – the tech, speed, boost and range, not mentioning a great cubic capacity of the trunk with a 1841 l cargo volume. Smaller all in all than what a 5-door Tesla Model S sedan is but at a much smaller price considerably.
And no doubt when discussing an EV the charging capabilites are crucial.So back on this just as important topic of recharging, the Model 3 battery pack across all variants ensures Fastcharge Time (26->208 mi) * 22 min which is a very impresssive feat.