Since the Long Range model is first to be released (Tesla says a less expensive 2-wheel drive version is coming later), a 300+ mile-range is standard for 2020. A keycard or phone access is part of the Model Y experience, too. Nineteen-in wheels come standard, while 20s are a $2,000 option. Tesla also offers a "performance upgrade" for the Model Y Performance trim. Choosing that option adds a lowered suspension, 21-in wheels and performance brakes to the exterior roster. Inside, there are 12-way power front seats, heated front and rear seats, 4 USB ports, a glass roof and large 15-in touchscreen/info display. That display has a native navigation system, games and the ability to stream YouTube, Hulu and Netflix. Pearl White is the standard color, but four others are offered as added cost options. A tow hitch is available for $1,000. Leather and wood look interior is standard, but the seats are covered with an animal-free artificial leather. The Tesla order form allow only the choice of a 5-seat interior, but a 7-seat option is noted but cannot be selected. Essentially, this is a third row of seating. The price for that option will be $3,000 when it's available. A standard range model will arrive later. This should be priced closer to the $40,000 mark than the Long Range model that's available first. No word on the range, but we're guessing about 225-250 miles.