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Mar 4, 2019 5:52 AM 3+ week ago

The waiting is over: Tesla has finally unveiled the Model Y, an all-electric mid-sized SUV, which is due to begin hitting the streets in Q3 2020.

When Tesla CEO Elon Musk first set out on his dream of making electric cars not only cool, but profitable, the automotive world seemed to let out a collective chuckle.

Thirteen years later and Tesla is one of the coolest car makers on the planet, and with a recent report of taking -L-2.79 billion in revenue, it clearly isn't doing too badly with sales either.

The Model Y is Tesla's new compact SUV, and completes the running joke in Elon Musk's naming scheme, with the Model S, Model X and the recent Model 3. The Model 3 was originally going to be called the E, making it a perfect fit, but due to a legal clash with Ford over the use of the letter E, Tesla went with its visual numerical equivalent, leading to jokes like this:


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