Tesla Model Y Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model Y: Accessing the Cargo Area

To access the cargo area inside the rear trunk, pull up the strap at the rear of the cargo cover. You can then fold the cargo cover forward or remove it from Model Y.

Secure all cargo before moving Model Y, and place heavy cargo in the lower trunk compartment.

Accessing the Cargo Area

The cargo weight should be distributed as evenly as possible between the front and rear trunks.

CAUTION: Never load more than 176 lbs (80 kg) in the lower tub compartment of the rear trunk or more than 397 lbs (180 kg) on the upper floor. Doing so can cause damage.

WARNING: When loading cargo, always consider the vehicle's Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) (see Vehicle Loading). The GVWR is the maximum allowable total mass of the vehicle including all passengers, fluids, and cargo.

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