Tesla Model 3 and Model Y have both launched minor revisions in 2022 since November last year (mainly improvements in computer processors, glass, cameras, battery life, etc.), but due to the epidemic, they have only recently had the opportunity to be exhibited in Hong Kong. From now until May 9 (12:00 noon to 8:00 p.m.), you can go to the underground atrium of Olympian City Phase 2 to get close contact with these two electric vehicles, and you can sign up for a test drive Model Y on the spot (limited to working days) , the route starts from Olympian City and will pass through Stonecutters Island Bridge.
What’s more interesting is that the experience area has a children’s driving academy, allowing children to “legally” drive Tesla children’s electric vehicles (although I still look forward to the children’s version of the Cyberquad ATV). There is also Hong Kong’s first limited-time Tesla store next to it, where fans can take this opportunity to buy Tesla souvenirs and apparel.
The 2022 Model 3 is priced from HK$315,800 and is expected to be delivered in the third quarter of this year. Depending on the version you choose, the range ranges from 491 kilometers to 602 kilometers, while the top speed ranges from 225 kilometers per hour to 261 kilometers per hour.
The Model Y with more space is priced from HK$341,800 and is expected to be delivered in the fourth quarter. The cruising distance ranges from 455 kilometers to 542 kilometers, and the top speed ranges from 217 kilometers per hour to 250 kilometers per hour. (Note: The Model Y in Greater China does not currently offer a seven-seat version.)
The Model Y’s range and speed are significantly less than the Model 3, but in terms of cargo space, the Model Y front and rear add up to 2,158 liters, while the Model Y is only 649 liters. In direct comparison on the spot, the Model 3 looks surprisingly petite.
According to the manufacturer, the Model Y long-range version can cover a driving distance of about 275 kilometers with just 15 minutes of V3 Supercharger fast charging, “enough to go back and forth between Olympian City and Yuen Long 10 times.” There are currently 49 Teslas in Hong Kong. Supercharger Supercharger station with a total of 234 Superchargers and over 600 destination chargers. Olympian City’s super charging station will soon add 3 V3 Superchargers and 3 destination chargers.