Tesla updates Design Studio source code to add Model Y Standard Range AWD

Tesla officially started deliveries of the Made-in-Texas Model Y at the Giga Texas Cyber Rodeo on Saturday.

Those deliveries were presumably to employees as the Design Studio still doesn’t list the Standard Range AWD variant that was discovered at the event, and recently added to the EPA website.

It looks like that will change soon. Today Tesla has begun updating the source code of their online configurator to add the new variant.

The changes were discovered by Tesla owner and enthusiast @tesla_adri, who noted the range and acceleration figures for the $MTY14 variant were updated to match the 279 mile (449km) range and 5 second 0-60mph acceleration that was listed by the EPA.

Unfortunately the piece of information everyone wants to know, the price, was not included among the changes.

Currently the Long Range variant starts at $82,990 CAD/$62,990 USD, so we expect it to be several thousand below that price.

How much do you think the SR Y with a structural battery pack and 4680 cells will cost? Let us know in the comments below.

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