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    Mustang Mach-E Photographed Charging Next to Tesla Model Y

    With Ford’s entry into the affordable EV market just around the corner, it is now high time to start seeing production units out in the wild. Thankfully for us, that’s just what happened, and the Twitter user who found a Mach-E at a charging station, snapped some candid shots. Simon Wong, @Simontaneously on Twitter, went […] More

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    Tesla News: Model Y Added To Referral Program

    In an interesting development, Tesla has amended their referral program to include their newest car, the Model Y. Although, the referral program already has Tesla’s other products included, the inclusion of such a new car may signal weaker sales than expected. The crossover electric vehicle was barely getting its production ramped up before the pandemic […] More

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    Tesla News: Wait Times For Car Deliveries Significantly Reduced

    One huge issue with ordering a Tesla vehicle in the past has been wait times. Unlike traditional automobile companies, the bulk of the EV maker’s sales come in the form of pre-orders, which can take months to years. It’s no surprise that after the release of a new vehicle like the Model Y, putting a […] More

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    Tesla News: Model 3 Getting Some Model Y Interior Updates

    As Tesla released the Model Y, which starting being delivered to pre order customers in March, some eagle-eyed drivers noted a few differences between it and the Model 3. One cool feature that it had, but its older sibling didn’t, was the the QI wireless phone charger. The charger doesn’t come installed from the factory […] More

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    Tesla Model Y Production To Become Even Simpler

      One major upside of EVs that doesn’t get enough mainstream attention is their cheaper assembly costs. With an exponentially fewer moving parts, assembly can take far fewer hours, and the Model Y is continuing that trend in a big way. After innovating towards a new wiring architecture, which cuts cost by simplifying assembly for […] More

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    Tesla Model Y Poor Build Quality Upsets Early Customers

      In a seeming repeat of the past, Tesla’s newest vehicle launch has been riddled with quality control issues. The long-awaited Model Y, which shares many aspects with its smaller Model 3 brother, also seems to share its troubling assembly flaws in early examples. Youtuber, Car Confections, takes a closer look at an early Model […] More