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Tesla Model Y Launches In Australia

Tesla has announced its Model Y is finally coming to the Australian market, following multiple delays.

The Tesla Model Y is now available to pre-order, with a press release saying that first deliveries are planned for August to November this year.

Once you go to the order page, however, this date has already been pushed back to February – March 2023 – at least for New South Wales orders, both ‘personal’ and ‘business’.

The rear-wheel drive Tesla Model Y will cost $68,900 in Australia, although the actual drive away price is $74,600.

The dual motor all-wheel drive will cost $93,900, or $105,879 drive away. Adding Full Self-Driving Capability features to either model will cost an extra $10,100.

The Model Y is available in Australia in five colours.

 


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