Charity Give-Away Announced for a 2022 Performance Model Y
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Tesla Changed Everything You Know About the Model 3 and the Model Y

Do you think that you know everything that there is to know about Tesla cars? Here’s a challenge to yourself with this latest must-see video about changes Tesla has recently made in their newest production models that reveals some hidden features and tricks to make your Tesla experience more enjoyable. Plus…a chance to win a 2022 Performance Model Y and $10,000 in cash!
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Today’s Models Make Yesterday’s Look Old

Some of the more contentious news pieces we’ve done on Tesla include whether or not the Yoke is a good design change for Tesla; the lack of true repair centers for Tesla (and whether or not Tesla owners really do own their cars); and---more recently---the fact that Tesla keeps raising the prices on many of its models.

Today, we are taking a more positive look at Tesla and discover that when it comes to the Model 3 and Model Y, multiple changes are made to the designs on a monthly basis according to a recently released video that reveals the latest on several hidden unannounced features and changes you can find today in comparison to earlier models. In addition, the video also offers fans of all-things-Tesla the chance to win a 2022 performance Model Y through a special charity offer.

Without further ado, here is the video from the It’s Kim Java YouTube channel for your enjoyment and opportunity to win a free Tesla:

Tesla Quietly Changed Everything You Know About Model 3 and Y

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Timothy Boyer is an automotive reporter based in Cincinnati. Experienced with early car restorations, he regularly restores older vehicles with engine modifications for improved performance. Follow Tim on Twitter at @TimBoyerWrites for daily news and topics related to ICE and EV cars and trucks.


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