Tesla in Malaysia delivers Model Y to first buyers

CYBERJAYA: Tesla has begun local deliveries of the long-awaited electric SUV Model Y this week.

Customers took delivery of their Model Y at Tesla’s Cyberjaya Experience Centre with more deliveries coming.

Aside from Model Y, Tesla's Model 3 are also officially available in Malaysia.

The Model Y is the world’s best-selling electric SUV and among the safest cars on the road with perfect 5-star ratings from NHTSA.


Like every Tesla vehicle, Model Y is designed for safety with combination of range, performance, and technology.

Being a mid-size SUV, Model Y has over 2,100 litres cargo space which provides versatile seating and storage for up to 5 passengers with their belongings.

Offered in three variants, the entry Model Y (Rear-Wheel Drive) is priced at RM200,700 (excluding registration) gets a WLTP range of 455km, a top speed of 217kph, a 0-100kh sprint of 6.9 seconds and 19-inch Gemini or 20-inch Induction wheels.

The RM247,700 mid-range Model Y Long Range, gets dual motors for all-wheel drive (AWD), has a longer WLTP range of 533km, a top speed of 217kph, a 0-100kph dash of 5 seconds and 19-inch Gemini or 20-inch Induction wheels.

Tesla regional director Isabel Fan briefing the buyers.
Tesla regional director Isabel Fan briefing the buyers.

Meanwhile, the RM289,700 top variant Model Y Performance also comes with dual motors and AWD, a WLTP range of 515km, a top speed of 250kph, a 0-100kph acceleration of 3.7 seconds and 21-inch Uberturbine wheels.

Other Model Y features include all-glass roof, autopilot, active safety features and HEPA air filtration system.

The public can now experience both Model Y and Model 3 at Tesla’s experience centres in Cyberjaya and Pavilion Damansara Heights.

Tesla will further develop its sales, after-sales service and charging support in the country as to provide a convenient and seamless Tesla ownership experience.

As of today, Tesla has opened and operated six Supercharging stations and eight Destination Charging stations in Malaysia; offering a total of 30 Superchargers and 37 Destination Chargers in major cities.

Tesla will continue building more charging infrastructures and expanding charging coverage in Malaysia.

For details, contact the Tesla Malaysia hotline at tel: 1-800 810655 and follow Tesla official accounts on X @tesla_malaysia and Instagram @teslamotorsmys.
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