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Tesla Model Y Owner's Manual


You can find 3 different owner's manuals for the Tesla Model Y on this page that are in the PDF format.

Yearly Model Y Owner's Manuals

The years available stretch from 2020 through to 2022 and to view the manual you just click the name underneath.

2022

2022 Tesla Model Y Photo

This 2022 Model Y will feature the company's new structural batteries that will allow the car to achieve an even lower overall weight and improved range. Production will have increased as 2 new facilities are due to go online in 2022.

2021

2021 Tesla Model Y Photo

2021 saw the first sales of the Tesla Model Y in the Chinese region early in the year followed by the release of the Standard Range RWD version and the addition of a 7-seat version that includes a third row of seating.

2020

2020 Tesla Model Y Photo

Production of the Model Y began in January 2020 with customers getting their first deliveries in March that year. Production of the Model Y in China began much later in this year with delivery early in the following.

Tesla Model Y Image

About The Model Y

Customers started getting deliveries of their Tesla Model Y’s in early 2020 and have found the car to be spacious inside.

It’s based on the Model 3‘s platform with most of the same parts both underneath and inside the all-electric car.

By comparing the two cars from the same manufacturer using the Model Y owner’s manual you can see they share many similarities.

The Model Y is classed as a compact crossover utility vesicle (CUV) and is sort of like a small version of the Tesla Model X.

Back in 2013, the trademark was copyrighted for the car’s name so there have been plans in the works for some time now.

It wasn’t until 2 years later that the company’s CEO Elon Musk teased the public with concept drawings of the car featuring falcon-style doors.

Another 2 years went by until in 2017 the shareholders were treated to a simple cutout of the car to show where the company is heading.

Production is taking place in the “Giga Nevada” factory and assembly is taking place in the “Tesla Factory” in California.

All Model Y’s feature a different type of cabin heating method than the other Tesla models, it pumps the excess heat from the electric motors rather than create new heat.

Eventually, the Model Y will also be assembled in a new plant in Germany that will provide Tesla cars for the European countries and help keep transportation costs down.

The electric range of the car is quoted to be 326 miles on a single charge on the “Long Range” version, both models share the same Tesla Model Y manual on this page.

FAQ's

Q: Is the Model 3 better than model Y?

A: The Model 3 is a more affordable option if you are looking to buy a Tesla car. The Model Y boasts more room inside the car and offers similar performance.


Q: Do Tesla Model Y's come in manual?

A: The Model Y is fully-electric and so does not have an engine and transmission setup. The electric motors drive as if they are in one gear only.


Q: Does the Tesla Model Y have remote start?

A: You can use the key fob or the Tesla app to start your car's engine remotely - other features include Summon which will cause the car to drive itself and find you.


Q: How do Tesla Model Y doors open?

A: The doors on the Model Y do not have traditional handles, instead, you press a button.


Q: Does the Model Y have blind-spot monitoring?

A: The Tesla Model Y is fitted with blind-spot monitoring and alerts you when a car is close-by and in your blind-spot being your shoulder.