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Tesla Drops Standard-Range Model Y, Cuts Price on Long-Range AWD Version

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Marc UrbanoCar and Driver

  • Tesla’s CEO announces that the standard-range Model Y has been canceled due to disappointing range of less than 250 miles.
  • Musk also announced that the all-wheel-drive long-range Model Y is getting a $3000 price cut.
  • The Model Y shakeup was followed by news that the Tesla stock price has once again shot up, making it worth $321 billion.

    Tesla has long prided itself on its ability to produce cars with impressive range numbers. Turns out, if an upcoming vehicle can’t get more than 250 miles on a charge, it gets the ax.

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    Over the weekend Tesla CEO Elon Musk shared the news (via Twitter, as he generally does) that the standard-range Model Y was

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    2021 Audi A7 Gets a More Powerful 362-HP Plug-In-Hybrid Version

    • The 2021 Audi A7 55 TFSI e is the plug-in-hybrid version of the A7, being offered for the first time.
    • The plug-in A7 is equipped with a 14.1-kWh battery paired with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder for a combined 362 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque.
    • The plug-in A7 will go on sale this fall, priced starting at $75,895.

      Audi revealed early last year that it was going to add a plug-in-hybrid option to several of its vehicles in the U.S.—including the Q5 and A8—but it had kept us waiting on the A7. The German automaker has now divulged that the plug-in-hybrid A7 will be a 2021 model in the U.S., and it’ll qualify for federal tax subsidies.

      The A7 55 TFSI e churns out 362 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque from its electric motor and turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder, which is 27 horsepower more and the same amount of torque compared

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