The Model Y crossover that Tesla debuted late Thursday in Hawthorne, California, will start being delivered to customers in the fall of next year.
The company immediately began taking $2,500 pre-orders, a bigger ask than the $1,000 it first charged to reserve a Model 3 sedan.
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