EVDRIVER wrote:"Bigger" not 10% longer.
Leaf15 wrote:I think it is 10% taller and it would be great as they can raise seats off the floor literally when referring to Model 3 seating. This was one of the major detractor for me - low seat height in front and ever worse on the back.
iPlug wrote:L x W x H = 10% more
So if the size increase was applied equally in each dimension, it would be about 3.2% longer, wider, and taller.
It would not be 10% more in each dimension as that would = 33% bigger.
Being a crossover, most to all of the 10% bigger size will likely be applied to height.
evnow wrote:I expect Y to be the size of X5 (like 3 is like BMW 5 series) or may be between X3 and X5.
I clearly missed the Cubed Root volume thingSageBrush wrote:I think the intent is for 10% greater volume, and I expect most of that to be height. The detail I found most interesting is that Tesla expects the Model Y to have close to the fuel economy of the Model 3. That is *awesome.*
BMW X5/Audi Q5 seem like a logical target. Audi e-tron SUV turned out Q7 size with Q5 cargo volume. Need more "U" in an SUV/CUV. I'm really hoping Model Y will work for me as I'd really like Supercharger access. Hatchback without Falcon doors is encouraging. Look forward to the reveal.