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- Maximum Seating: 5
- Powertrain: Dual-Motor, All-Electric
- Transmission: 1 Speed, Automatic
- Drivetrain: AWD
- Exterior/Interior Color: Winner’s choice (photos don’t show the actual car winner will receive)
- 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: Full Self-Driving Capability. 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, 3500lb Tow Hitch.
Does a family friendly SUV mean trading in the joy of driving? The 2021 Tesla Model Y Performance doesn’t think so.
While the hallmarks of the upscale family SUV are all here, including a spacious interior with seating for 5, plenty of trunk space for any type of excursion and a gorgeous panoramic glass ceiling, there’s nothing domesticated about the energized beast that lurks within that flowing exterior and below those comfy seats you’ll be sitting in.
Unleash the 456 all-electric horsepower churning quietly from dual motors and harnessed by all-wheel drive, and this mild-mannered green SUV with 303 miles of range can quickly smash to 0-60mph in 3.5 heart-thumping, press-you-into-your-seat seconds that’ll send unnervingly quiet fear into the hearts of supercar owners everywhere.
When you win this 2021 Tesla Model Y Performance, you’re also getting Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Capability included, your choice of exterior and interior colors, and a beautiful set of 21-inch Überturbine Wheels. We’re also throwing in a Tesla Wall Charger for replenishing your batteries at home, Tesla’s Tow Hitch and Hitch Rack, and a set of snazzy Van Moof Electric bicycles for the full electrified excursion experience.
The cherry on top - we’ll line your pockets with $10,000 in cash to help get you started on your next electrifying adventure.
This sweepstakes is not endorsed or sponsored in any way with Tesla, Van Moof or their affiliates.
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