Tesla Inc. is not known for regularly updating the interior and exterior hardware of its four models, relying instead on software updates to add features and keep the vehicles feeling fresh. But that's about to change.
The brand's original mass-market vehicle, the Model S sedan, doesn't look much different than a decade ago. Tesla did a mild freshen on the Model S and Model X crossover in 2021, but the Model 3 and Model Y are mostly the same since their launches, save for some battery changes and suspension updates for a softer ride.
Likewise, Tesla hasn't been quick to add new models. Tesla's newest vehicle, the Model Y, launched three years ago, bringing the automaker's light-vehicle lineup to two sedans and two crossovers in the compact and midsize segments.
But as the brand matures and looks to keep growing, both new models and freshens are around the corner.