If the Model Y is classified as a crossover I'm okay with that. But I have a much different image in mind when a car is classified as an SUV. I think of the range of vehicles from 4Runner to Escalade. To me an SUV is rugged and rugged looking. It has 4x4, a high ground clearance, and a boxy rear end. Don't get me wrong I think the Y is going to be a huge seller. With American taste shifting strongly away from sedans to crossovers and SUVs the Y will more than fill the bill. The price, starting at $39K is not out of line with other cars in that class. It brings all of the benefits of Tesla including five star crash results, automatic software over-the-air updates, the charging network, good handling and good acceleration. I'd like to know more about the cargo space and see it with the lift-back open.