The Tesla Model Y featured here is a long-range model, which comes equipped with dual-motor set-ups and all-wheel-drive.

The Tesla Model Y comes in two trims, each of which comes with a different all-electric, dual-motor drivetrain.

Power is plentiful with Model Ys twin on-board electric motors; the base Standard Range model comes with rear-wheel drive,

 but Long Range and Performance models receive four-wheel drive as standard.

 The Long Range model of the Model Y has the twin-motor set-up producing 351 horsepower, enough for a 4.8-second zero-to-60 time.

 The dual-motors are slightly lower output than what you will find in the Model 3,

 but it still means the Tesla Model Y is good for a 0-62-mph time of 4.8 seconds, or 3.5 seconds in performance models.

Choose Model 3 Long Range to get a 358-mile2 range estimated by the EPA, or go with Model 3 Performances warp-speed drive to achieve an estimated 315-mile2 range.

Teslas performance Model Y offers a smaller EPA range of 303 miles, but it can reach a top speed of 155 miles per hour,

 And it can go from 0-62 miles per hour in 3.5 seconds.