Tag: Tesla Model Y

You Can Now Buy An LSD For The Tesla Model 3 And Model Y

Unplugged Performance has a long history of modifying Tesla models and has recently launched a limited-slip differential for the Model 3 and Model Y. Owners of the flagship Model 3 Performance can switch their cars into Track Mode, enabling a torque vectoring system that shuffles torque between the wheels. While the Model Y Performance doesn’t […]

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Can The C8 Corvette Show The Tesla Model Y Performance That ICE Is Very Much Alive?

<!––> <!––> While most car enthusiasts are still skeptical when it comes to EVs, it is becoming increasingly obvious that developing an ICE vehicle that accelerates quicker than an electric one is becoming very difficult. This video demonstrates this perfectly. In one corner we have the C8 Corvette Stingray. Outfitted with a 6.2-liter naturally aspirated […]

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Ford Mustang Mach-E Is A Good EV But Can It Compete With Tesla’s Model 3 And Model Y?

With deliveries of the Ford Mustang Mach-E now commencing, buyers in the United States have an exciting and well-priced electric vehicle at their disposal that promises to be just as good as the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y. Eager to see how the Ford compares with its Tesla rivals, Engineering Explained jumped behind the […]

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Tesla Model Y Gains Entry-Level Standard Range Variant, Newly Optional Third-Row

The Tesla Model Y lineup is expanding as the company has introduced an entry-level Standard Range variant. Pricing starts at $41,990 which makes it $8,000 cheaper than the Model Y Long Range. However, there are some pretty significant tradeoffs. First and foremost, the entry-level Model Y has an EPA-estimated range of 244 miles (393 km) […]

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