Tesla is gearing up to release the Model 3 soon. The company has confirmed that it’s on track to deliver the first production Model 3 car next month. The company’s next all-electric vehicle is going to be the Model Y. Tesla has talked about it before but at its recent shareholders’ meeting, the company released a shadowy teaser image of the Model Y.

We’ll have to wait for a very long time, though, before Tesla officially unveils the Model Y. It’s likely going to take a few years before the company is ready to show off this vehicle.

Over the coming years, Tesla will really be focused on selling the Model 3 and making sure that the production bottlenecks are cleared so that it can meet the production targets that it has set for its first mass-market electric car.

The shadowy teaser image merely offers a glimpse of what’s going to be Tesla’s next all-electric vehicle. Granted, it doesn’t show much, but we do know that it’s going to be a crossover SUV.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has previously confirmed that the Model Y won’t be based on the Model 3’s platform because the company wants to reduce the amount of wiring it uses in its cars.

Tesla will be unveiling another electric vehicle later this year, its first all-electric semi truck, and there’s already quite a bit of excitement about it. Tesla is yet to confirm when it’s going to make the announcement.

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