Tesla Model 3 Overtakes Model Y

Tesla Model 3 overtakes Model Y : The Secret Of Growth 

Why Tesla Model 3 overtakes Model Y as the favorite EV It’s no doubt that Tesla has been known for long as the SI Unit for what an electric car should look like. With a blend of performance, range, reasonable pricing, and modern looks, many tesla cars have topped most of the regions where they are sold. This has let the cars only compete with themselves. Recently, the Tesla Model 3 overtook Model Y as the favorite EV for many people. Why is that? Let us get up close and candid with the two Tesla cars, Model 3 and Model Y, and what makes the 3 be preferred to Model Y.

Why Tesla Model 3 overtakes Model Y ?

Interior Design –Model 3

We will first take a look at the interior design for both cars. It would be correct to say that Tesla Model 3 had an interior unlike any other vehicle on the market right when it was released. The dashboard is simple and features a massive touchscreen, which controls everything. The low, flat floor of the Tesla gives the interior a roomy, open feeling. Adults won’t be able to spend much time in the back seats since they are too small and uncomfortable, but the front seats are supportive and comfy.

Tesla Model 3 Overtakes Model Y
Why Tesla Model 3 Overtakes Model Y ?

The trunk may be significantly enlarged by simply splitting the 60/40 rear seats. Additionally, the seatbacks of the Model 3 may be folded flat to provide a continuous cargo floor for transporting heavier things. The Model 3 has space for 15 carry-on luggage after folding the back seats. Additionally, plenty of roomy nooks and bins are located around the cabin.

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Interior Design –Model Y

Now let’s review the Model Y’s interior and see what it has to offer. The Model Y shares a lot of its interior with the Model 3 sedan but lacks the intricate Falcon Wing doors found on the larger Model X crossover. Similar to the 3, it has no buttons at all and relies on a big infotainment display that is situated in the center of a basic dashboard. The cabin’s all-glass roof, which is heavily tinted to prevent passengers from becoming overheated in Sun Belt areas, gives the interior a spacious feeling.

A third row of seats is an expensive $3000 option for the Model Y. While the Model 3 has navigation, Bluetooth, and an Usb connection, it oddly lacks AM radio and SiriusXM satellite radio. There are numerous options for internet streaming radio. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto cannot be installed on it either.

Entertainment Model 3

The Model 3 has many entertainment choices, including Netflix, YouTube, and a variety of arcade games, on its central display to make charging-station layovers more pleasant. With the Model Y, virtually all of the car’s features are now controlled via a sizable, slim infotainment touchscreen that is located in the center of the dashboard. Since the speedometer and temperature control are both shown on the same screen, it takes some getting used to.

Entertainment Model Y

The Model Y has the same entertainment features as the Model 3, including video games and integrated Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube applications, which are great for wasting time while waiting for the battery to charge at a public charging station. Be at ease; while the car is moving, drivers are prohibited from utilizing these distractions. We could say the two cars tie in this segment.

The range these cars offer away from the Interior Model 3

Three different Model 3 trims are available, each with a various projected driving range. With a stated range of 272 miles, the standard rear-wheel drive variant is the most economical. The anticipated range of Variant 3 is increased to 315 miles for the Performance model and 358 miles for the Long Range model when upgrading to those versions.

Of course, traveling this far is challenging, as we discovered with our extended-Long Range Model 3 test car. Tesla’s network of fast-charging stations, Superchargers, adapters for DC public charging stations, 240- and 120-volt outlets, and a home charging station are all available for the Model 3.

Tesla Model 3 Overtakes Model Y

Range Of Model Y

For the anticipated range for the Model Y Performance model reduces to 303 miles, while the all-wheel-drive Long Range delivers 330 miles of range. However, the latter has 20-inch wheels, a lowered suspension, a faster-stated acceleration, and a special Track mode. It also has a greater peak speed (155 mph).

The EPA rates the various Model 3 versions with values ranging from 113 MPGe to 141 MPGe. The Model 3 comes standard with aluminum wheels covered by plastic hubcaps with aerodynamic designs.

The Model Y also features impressive figures. The EPA estimates that the Long Range model gets 131 MPGe in the city and 117 MPGe on the highway, compared to 115 MPGe in the city and 106 MPGe on the highway for the Performance model. In this section, Model Y wins.

EV Motor, Power and Performance – Model 3

The Model 3 accelerates smoothly, nearly quietly, and with considerable power from a standstill, just as other EVs do. And in some cuts, it moves really quickly. When under acceleration, the rear-wheel-drive Long Range vehicle takes 60 mph in 5.1 seconds. In comparison to the long-range Model 3 Long Range, the Model 3 Performance accelerates to 60 mph in only 3.5 seconds, a 0.5-second time difference. Like every previous Tesla, the Model 3’s battery is positioned beneath the floor, giving it a low center of gravity.

This enables it to turn quickly and feel secure and planted in bends. The steering is precise and evenly weighted with three distinct settings to change the steering effort. Although the ride is firm without being unpleasant, you can still hear a lot of noise within the cabin when the tires thwack and thrum over potholes in uneven areas.

EV Motor, Power and Performance – Model Y

Did you know that the Standard Range cost-leader trim is no longer available in the Model Y series?

Since the Model Y’s Long Range and Performance trims offer better value than a Standard Range trim, there is no harm done. A mere 0.4 seconds separate the all-wheel drive long-time range’s to 60 mph from the long-range Model 3 sedan. In tests, the Performance model takes just 3.6 seconds to achieve 60 mph.

The Model Y accelerates with impressive speed, but it doesn’t feel as fun to drive as the Model 3. The Model 3’s handling is less precise because to the SUV body’s higher center of gravity, and the Y’s ride is substantially harsher over potholes on the road.

Tesla cars have been known for their safety ratings, and we won’t leave that out. What do these two cars compare?

Driver Assistance Features and Safety

Even if you question whether the name “Autopilot” might be misleading, the driver-assist system has one of the strongest feature sets in the business, with flawless functioning and fantastic features like automated lane changes. For the Model Y, this is still the case since the two cars share a lot.

The Model Y comes with Tesla’s very sophisticated Autopilot semi-autonomous driving technology as standard equipment. Optional additional sophisticated capabilities include a self-parking capability and a summon feature. Well, we have seen how the two cars have been made and how they perform.

Success Of  Tesla Model 3

Model Y clearly stands out thanks to its advanced features, better performance, range, bigger interior, and even more advanced tech features. Nevertheless, despite all of this, the Model 3 has recently been dubbed as the worldwide favorite. How did this happen? In terms of electric vehicle registrations, the Tesla Model 3 surpassed the Tesla Model Y in November. The Tesla Model Y immediately gained popularity after, being made available in Europe.

The roomy interior and more upright seats were probably draws compared to the Model 3 equivalent. But now, after a several-month absence, the Tesla Model 3 has reclaimed the top rank in Europe, the continent’s biggest auto market. For instance, the Tesla Model 3 was the most popular EV in Germany for November, selling 6,811 units, according to the KBA (the nation’s automobile registration monitoring office).

The demand for electric vehicles (EVs), which has increased by 44% since November 2021 and now represents 22.3% of all vehicle sales with 57,980 EVs sold, is driving Tesla’s sales performance. Electric cars dominated the “alternative fuel vehicles” the agency tracked throughout the month, even outpacing plug-in hybrids, which made up just 17.1% of the market. Other than the Model 3, Tesla models have been profitable.


The results show that overall sales for Tesla in Germany increased by almost double from the previous year. This demand peak is not coincidental given how hard Tesla fought to achieve its 50% growth target for 2022 in the middle month of the quarter. Due to Germany’s intention to gradually cut and then withdraw EV subsidies, discounts have even been offered for the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y. The Tesla Model Y has been the favored EV in Germany for a number of months, as well as the preferred vehicle overall. 

The Tesla Model Y had a solid month in September, selling close to 10,000 units, while the Model 3 only sold slightly more than 3,000. Looking at other market sectors, the Ford Kuga PHEV was Germany’s preferred SUV for the month, while the Porsche Taycan claimed the top place in the premium electric car market.

Many anticipate that as the market comes closer to 25% of new car sales being entirely electric, demand will rise exponentially. Currently, Tesla is well-positioned to take advantage of that demand. It would be interesting to watch if the American EV powerhouse can keep the top spot as the EV sector becomes more competitive in Europe and throughout the world.

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