Tesla has introduced two fresh hues, Stealth Grey and Ultra Red, to its lineup for the Model Y.

Tesla has introduced two fresh hues, Stealth Grey and Ultra Red, to its lineup for the Model Y.

Tesla has refreshed its Model Y offerings in the US by unveiling two additional colors – Ultra Red and Stealth Grey – previously exclusive to the Model S and X. The Model Y's color palette has remained relatively unchanged, but the addition of these hues signifies a long-awaited update for US buyers.

Interestingly, these newly introduced colors closely resemble existing options, effectively replacing Midnight Silver Metallic and Multi-Coat Red. Stealth Grey now serves as the standard "included" color, effectively taking the place of Midnight Silver Metallic at no extra cost. Meanwhile, Ultra Red is available as a premium option at $2,000.

Though Tesla's website showcases these colors, their representations might exaggerate the vibrancy and saturation. Real-world comparisons between Ultra Red and Multi-Coat Red on other Tesla models reveal subtle differences in depth and darkness.

The introduction of these shades marks the first update in Model Y colors since its US debut. However, the changes don't diverge drastically from Tesla's previous palette; they essentially represent variations of grey and red, replacing their similar counterparts.

What are your thoughts on these new additions to the Model Y color lineup? Share your opinions in the comments section.

 

-------The article excerpted from electrek.

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