The Tesla Model Y, as well as the refreshed Model 3, has double glass. We heard about this some time ago, but didn't have many details. Later, it was verified that Tesla started delivering Model Y crossovers with the double glass on the front door windows. We also learned that the refreshed Model 3 has the same setup.
The question now is, what's the point? Is it safer, quieter, both? Is there some other reason for the new glass? While there are still some unanswered questions, we have two new videos that test the refreshed Model 3's cabin noise to determine how much quieter the car is inside.
Some people have complained about Tesla's vehicles being noisy inside, though others don't seem to think the cars are any louder inside than the average car. This is likely due to the fact that electric cars' virtual silence makes outside sounds seem more obvious.