At first glance, it appeared that Tesla Model 3 had a doppelganger.
After years of teasers and hints, Tesla CEO Elon Musk finally unveiled the Model Y, a mid-sized all-electric vehicle that will start at $39,000 and is slated to hit the marketplace in fall 2020.
The Model Y bears a striking resemblance to Model 3. The vehicle, which will come in a standard, long range, dual-motor all-wheel and performance variants, is a bit larger, allowing it to accommodate seven people. It also sits slightly higher than the Model 3.
And that’s where the differences start to fade away.
The Model Y has the same interior as the Model 3, including the same single 15-inch touchscreen interface as well as other features like the door handles.
The photo below is a Model 3.