We heard about the possibility of using a 3rd row of seats in the Tesla Model Y for a long time, but until now, this option has not yet been officially revealed by Elon Musk’s company. Now, after they have started accepting orders for the extra on Model Y, the first official video finally shows us how it will work.
Interestingly, despite being demonstrated in a very detailed way how all electric car seats work, they end up not showing us clearly how a person sits in these additional seats.
Although it was a promise made by Tesla almost two years ago, they have only just started production of the new Model Y model with the additional row of seats, highlighting some of the new features that arrive integrated:
- 3rd row of seats (2 seats)
- Easy entry to the 3rd row
- Additional input for USB-C charging
- 2nd row of sliding seats
- Possibility of completely folding both rows
- 2nd row automatic folding button placed on the luggage rack
Tesla Model Y video shows how “compact” the two additional seats will be
Although it is not possible to see clearly how the experience of sitting an adult in these two additional places will be, in brief moments during the video it is possible to notice that the distance between the man’s knees and the second row of seats is not very generous.
So, as already mentioned in many rumors, it seems that these additional places will be indicated only for short trips, or for children.
Interestingly, since it started promoting this new addition, Tesla has already changed the way it refers to this model. Instead of claiming that the Tesla Model Y will have the capacity for “7 adults”, they now refer to “7 people”.
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