A few more Tesla Model Y prototypes have been spotted recently, including two by Model X giving a size correlation, as the automaker is increasing its test program in front of the beginning of production.

In March of a year ago, Tesla uncovered the Model Y, an all-electric crossover dependent on the Model 3, with up to 300 miles of range.

Throughout the second half of 2019, Tesla has been leading some Model Y tests on public streets.

The Model Y prototype sightings increase with a few unique vehicles seen essentially in California and on the West Coast.

A month ago, a Model Y prototype was recognized right in Florida.

Tesla has been increasing its tests on public streets, and a few more Model Y prototypes have been seen in testing.

Prior this week, a Model Y prototype was seen driving in the snow in Northern California.

The Model Y prototypes unloaded by a Model X — giving an interesting size comparison between Tesla’s two electric SUVs.

The new Model Y is often being mistaken for the Model X on the road, and keeping in mind that it shows up nearly as imposing as the Model X, the Model Y is more slender.

In any case, similar to the Model X, it very well may be configured with a 7-seat interior.

CEO Elon Musk said that he anticipates that Tesla should hit volume Model Y production by mid-2020, which implies that production would begin in the next few months.

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