While Tesla’s Model 3 sedan has been a runaway success, the recently introduced Model Y five-seat crossover SUV could eventually outsell it, though it does carry a steeper $48,990 starting price (and it only goes up from there). Both of the Y’s two available trim levels are dual-motor AWD models.

  Purchase Price Fully Loaded Range
Long Range (Dual Motor)

$48,990

$66,490

326 Miles

Performance

$60,990

$71,990

303 Miles

Optional paint colors vary in price from $1,000 to $2,000 on both trims. A set of 20-inch Induction wheels are a $2,000 option on the Long Range, and 21-inch wheels come on the Performance model. Tesla offers a standard all black interior or a $1,000 black and white faux leather option. Autopilot is, of course, standard and adding the “Full Self-Driving Capability” is an extra $10,000. A seven-seat interior is a $3,000 option on the Long Range, but it's not available on the Performance.

A loaded Long Range model costs $66,490, while going all out on a loaded Performance model costs $73,490 after $1,200 for destination.