At the same time, according to the official website, Tesla has also updated its high-performance model y version, which will add several features to the previous version: top speed increased from 145 mph to 155 mph, and high-performance braking.
Model y is a compact SUV, and Elon Musk, Teslas CEO, has high expectations for it. In 2017, he predicted that the market demand for modely would far exceed that of Model3.
Since the outbreak hit the auto industry hard, Tesla has cut prices several times in succession to boost market demand, and seems to have made remarkable achievements. Data released last week showed that Tesla delivered 906.5 million vehicles in the second quarter, a quarter on quarter increase of 2.5%, far higher than the 83071 vehicles expected by the market.
Source: Wall Street, editor in charge: Chen Hequn_ NB12679