2020 should be considered as Tesla’s first year on the market with a 100% complete lineup of vehicles across all major body styles; Moreover, in my opinion, this is also the point at which the company makes a full transition from a startup into a well-established automaker that challenges giants of car manufacturing in every segment, manages to overcome production delays and truly becomes a household name. In today’s episode of #AutomotiveTerritoryDailyNews, we will be exploring the entire roster of the Californian EV producer, their well-known models as well as all-new arrivals.
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#1 2021 Tesla Model Y
Though not expected to start deliveries earlier than the last quarter of the upcoming 2020, 2020 Tesla Model Y is already available for pre-order in three modifications, Rear and All Wheel Drive with Long Range, and Performance.
#2 2020 Tesla Roadster
As Shawn Bean would say, one simply can’t talk about the upcoming supercars, especially electric ones, without mentioning the new Roadster. Tesla’s futuristic hypercar will become the pinnacle of performance.
#3 2020 Tesla Model 3
Tesla Model 3 is arguably the best compact sports sedan, since it outperforms BMW, Mercedes and Audi cars and beats them by the price, moreover, it is the first in the company’s lineup to support level 3 supercharging effectively replenishing the battery at 1000 miles per hour rate.
#4 2020 Tesla Semi
2020 Tesla Semi is one of the most discussed models in the world of long-distance cargo hauling, that debuted in its prototype form back in 2017. It is now expected to start production sometime in 2020, and has already been spotted on highways, doing real-world testing.
#5 2020 Tesla Model S
Though Model 3 has significantly dug into the sales of Tesla’s flagship sedan, it still remains one of the most desirable EV on the market. In 2020 it is being sold in two configurations.
#6 2020 Tesla Model X
Remaining the only true 3-row 7-seater SUV in the all-electric segment, Tesla Model X lineup receives another shakeup for the 2020 model year. The recently introduced Standard range version is being dropped altogether, while the remaining Long Range and Performance models become more capable on the road.
#7 2021 Tesla Pickup (Model B/P?)
Before you ask, the Tesla pickup has not been presented at the point of the video release and all we’ve got are speculations about the specifications, a single teaser image from Elon Musk and renderings by the Turkish designer Emre Husmen (emrehusmen.com).