Tesla Model Y Standard Range+ RWD 60kWh 2022 -

  • 347hp
    Rear Wheel Drive
  • 60kWh
    Nominal capacity
  • 6.6sec
    0-60 mph
  • 260mi
    EPA range

Announced 2022, August
Status Available to order. Released 2022, August
Base price € 45,000   £ 45,000  
Power RWD 347 hp (255 kW)
Acceleration 6.6 sec 0-60 mph (6.9 sec 0-62 mph)
Max speed 135 mph (217 km/h)
Capacity 60 kWh total
Tech Liquid-cooled Li-ion 360V LFP battery
Range 260 mi EPA (283 mi WLTP)
Consumption 4.0 mi/kWh WLTP
Recuperation 2 levels, via driving modes, no regen when pedal braking
Heat pump Yes
AC Charging Type 2 7.7 kW
DC Charging Supercharger V3 250 kW max
Type 5 door, SUV, 5/7 seats
Dimensions 187.0 x 75.6 x 63.9 in (4750 x 1920 x 1624 mm)
Drag coef. 0.23 Cd
Wheelbase 113.8 in (2890 mm)
Clearance 6.6 in (167 mm)
Weight EU: 4209 lb unladen
Suspension Front double wishbone-type coil spring, rear multi-link
Wheels R19, R20, R21
Trunk EU: 30.2 ft³, 72.1 ft³ max
Frunk 4.1 ft³
Towing EU: 1653 lb unbraked
Center 15" touchscreen
Driver's No
Head-up No
Seats Heated front seats, heated rear seats, heated third row seats
Roof All-glass roof
Parking aids 6 front and rear sensors, reversing camera, Parking Assist
Airbags 8 airbags: front, side, rear, head airbag system, front seats knee airbags
Driving aids 3 front, 2 side and 3 rear cameras, 6 front and 6 rear sensors (up to 250m object detection). Automatic Emergency Braking, Dynamic Brake Lights, Lane Assist, Collision Avoidance Assist, Speed Assist, Lane Departure Avoidance, Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control
Self driving Autopilot with full Self-Driving capability
Crash tests NCAP 2022: 5 stars, NHTSA 2020-2022: 5 stars

Tesla Model Y Standard Range+ RWD 60kWh price history:

19 April 2024: price decrease to 42,990 USD, old price 43,990 USD
14 February 2024: price increase to 44,990 EUR, old price 42,990 EUR
17 January 2024: price decrease to 42,990 EUR, old price 44,890 EUR
03 October 2023: Initial release price 43,990 USD

Oct 2022: All Model Y built for certain regions are no longer built with ultrasonic sensors and instead rely solely on Tesla Vision to provide Autopilot, Enhanced Autopilot, FSD capability and active safety features

Real world range

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