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Watch Tesla unveil its Model Y crossover at 11 PM ET

The EV could prove a shot in the arm for Tesla after a rough few months.
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Tesla will reveal the Model Y later today, and you'll be able to watch the announcement as it happens. A live stream will be available on Tesla's website starting at 11 PM ET (you can sign up for a reminder, if you like).

Update: It's now 11:18 PM ET and the event hasn't started yet, but you can watch along live with the stream embedded below.

Update 2: It took until about 11:50, but the Model Y has been unveiled, check out all of the details right here.

The crossover is around 10 percent larger than the Model 3, according to Elon Musk, with a slightly smaller range. We're expecting to learn about pricing and specifications for the Model Y, which is scheduled to go into production next year.

The announcement could give Tesla a bit of a morale boost after a torrid start to the year. It flip-flopped on Autopilot pricing and store closures in the space of a few weeks. It will shut about half as many stores as planned, instead raising prices on most models to maintain revenue targets. Elsewhere, the Model 3 lost its Consumer Reports recommendation, and Tesla laid off seven percent of employees. The Model 3 delivery team is said to have been decimated by the cuts -- which perhaps led to extended delivery times for that car.

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