As part of its marketing effort, Tesla has unveiled several electric vehicles over the last few years, yet some are not yet available for purchase due to current manufacturing constraints. These include the Cybertruck, the Roadster, and the Tesla Semi-Truck.
What’s more, the Model Y was part of this list up ‘till now when Tesla officially confirmed that deliveries of the electric crossover will commence in March. Many customers who have pre-ordered the Model Y received emails that let them know more about the current status of their upcoming vehicles. Selected customers are now able to choose their preferred delivery date as well.
Back when the Model Y was unveiled, Tesla stated that deliveries of the high-end version of the car will begin during the autumn of 2020. Thus, the recent announcement puts the electric car manufacturer back on track. This was all made possible thanks to the Fremont-based factory in California where the production ramp for the Model Y was put ahead of schedule in January 2020.
Based on the confirmation emails, the Model Y Performance configuration will be delivered first, throughout the US. It will likely take a bit longer before the car becomes available in Europe, alongside markets in other regions as well.
At the moment, Tesla has not yet issued any comments regarding a more exact estimate on the delivery of the Semi-Truck, the Roadster, or the Cybertruck. However, several vehicles of these models have been spotted driving on US public roads, suggesting that testing is well underway.
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