According to Tesla, the Model Y dual-motor long range can reach 60 mph in 4.8 seconds

while the performance model takes less than 3.5 seconds.

hese figures put the Model Y at the forefront of electric SUVs such as the Hyundai Ioniq 5, which can accelerate from 100 km/h in five seconds.

The Tesla has reliable traction control, which makes navigating icy and wet roads a breeze.

The steering is light and responsive to your inputs so you feel controlled and connected through corners.

Also, there is almost no body roll, especially for an SUV. This is a big problem.

Adjustable regenerative braking allows you to drive almost entirely on the right pedal.

This is something I appreciate every time I get behind the wheel.

The Model Y still has plenty of range for most everyday driving and even street driving

even though Tesla is known to fall below EPA range in real highway testing I'm here.

the performance and long-range versions of the Tesla Model Y are each rated 303 miles by the EPA

If you're cruising on the highway at 70 mph, I think it's reasonable to expect about 290 miles long range and 265 miles in performance.