Win a 2022 Tesla Model Y Performance and $10,000Enter to Win
Have your cake and eat it too.
The Tesla Model Y Performance is a fully electric small crossover SUV that remains untouchable in its efficiency, range and performance.
Never sacrifice space for speed again. Enjoy generous cargo room, a spacious cabin and seating for 5. Experience a sports-car-like feel and exhilarating drive with unparalleled acceleration in a 3.5-second 0-60 mph sprint. With 303-miles of impressive driving range, the world is your oyster. All this, plus $10,000 in cash.
The only question is, where is your next adventure?
Car taxes and shipping included for US winners.
- Maximum Seating: 5
- Powertrain: Dual-Motor, All-Electric
- Transmission: 1 Speed, Automatic
- Drivetrain: AWD
- Exterior Color: Winner’s choice of standard exterior colors (photos don’t show the actual car winner will receive)
- Interior Color: Black and white premium
- Horsepower: 456
- Torque: 471 lb-ft
- Acceleration: 0-60mph, 3.5 seconds
- Battery: 75 kWh, 303 miles of range
- Top Speed: 155 mph
- Estimated Mileage (EPA): 111 MPGe
- Special Features: 15" Touch Screen, 15-Speaker Premium Audio System, In-car Internet and Video Streaming, Expansive All-Glass Roof. 21" Uberturbine Wheels, Performance Brakes, Lowered Suspension.
This sweepstakes is not endorsed or sponsored in any way with Tesla or their affiliates.
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