Despite this comfort-tuned suspension, the Tesla Model Y corners with a level of precision and enthusiasm that belies its considerable weight. Responses to steering input are accurate and quick-witted, although the steering wheel doesn’t relay much in the way of road feel. But this isn’t meant to be a sports car, and its EV competitors don’t really excel in this department, either. Performance is, predictably, storming. The base Long Range model can do the 0-60 mph sprint in a claimed 4.8 seconds, while the range-topping Performance model slashes that dash to only 3.5 seconds.
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