Tesla’s popular electric SUV Model Y, has been crowned the “Coolest Thing Made in California” in a public vote organized by the California Manufacturers and Technology Association (CMTA).
The Model Y edged out several other innovative products designed and built in California, including the James Webb Space Telescope and a rapid-build low-orbit satellite.
Winning the lighthearted but hotly contested vote speaks to the Tesla Model Y’s widespread public appeal. With its futuristic styling, next-gen technology, and exhilarating performance, the vehicle has captured imaginations since its launch.
As one industry observer noted on social media, the award recognizes the hard work of many Americans in bringing compelling EVs like the Model Y to market.
Made at Tesla’s Fremont factory, the Model Y combines forward-thinking engineering with eco-friendly manufacturing. This Silicon Valley approach has made Tesla the world’s most valuable automaker and takes the crown as best-selling vehicle in california 2023.
While Elon Musk’s unconventional antics attract controversy, Tesla’s products speak for themselves. The Model Y’s victory as California’s “coolest thing” made affirms Tesla’s mainstream popularity.
By blending boundary-pushing innovation with mass-market viability, the Model Y typifies the Golden State’s vibrant tech sector at its best. Tesla is proud to manufacture such a widely admired vehicle in California.