The Model Y compact crossover might not be the best Tesla, but it’s the one that best advances Elon Musk’s goal of the mass adoption of electric vehicles. 

With the sporty crossover profile that’s all that rage, strong performance, plenty of range, and an advanced but simplified interface, the Model Y is so convincing that it might set back one of Musk’s other goals—colonizing Mars. 

Starting at $51,190 for the Long Range model with all-wheel drive, the 2020 Tesla Model Y undercuts the Audi E-Tron and Jaguar I-Pace, and offers a whole lot more performance than the smaller, marginalized Chevy Bolt or Nissan Leaf.

Based off the Model 3 sedan, currently the best-selling electric vehicle in the world, the Model Y compact crossover sports the humpback shape of the larger Model X three-row SUV. A real swell looker it is not. The tester had some body panel gaps you…

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