Tesla officials last month showed two new colorways of the Model Y made in its Berlin super factory, Quicksilver and Midnight Cherry Red, which will also be used in the Model 3, but for now they remain exclusive to the Model Y.
Earlier this week, a fast silver Model Y appeared at the Zurich Auto Show in Oerlikon, Switzerland, marking the first time an actual Model Y in that color scheme has been seen. From the photos, it looks like the color works very well.
The Model Y in Fast Silver and Midnight Crimson are only produced at Tesla’s Berlin plant, meaning they are only available to customers in Europe and the Middle East, and both colors come in up to 13 layers of color depth.
In terms of pricing, Quick Silver is available for 3,000 euros, or about $21,000, and Midnight Crimson is available for 3,200 euros, or about $23,000, and is currently only available for the Model Y Long Range and Performance versions. Other paint options for the Model Y on the European website are black for 1,200 euros, deep sea blue for 1,600 euros, cool silver for 1,600 euros and multi-coat red for 2,000 euros.