Deliveries of Tesla Model Y may begin in the first quarter of 2020December 4, 2019
The all-electric crossover is based on the Tesla Model 3 and has similar specifications. It has now become known that mass production can start ahead of schedule.
When the Tesla Model Y was first introduced, the head and founder of Tesla, Elon Musk, promised to start production in the fall of 2020. After the income statement for the third quarter of 2019 appeared, he promised to postpone the model’s output for the summer of the coming year. Now, preliminary information has appeared that the model may appear in the first quarter of 2020.
This was announced from suppliers of some spare parts from Taiwan. Tesla asked them to speed up and increase the supply of necessary spare parts so that she could start mass production earlier. At the moment, it is known that Tesla requires delivery to begin a month earlier than previously announced. Although the exact dates and volumes are still not disclosed.
It is worth noting that Elon Musk has high hopes for a new crossover. In his opinion, he will become the best model of the company. In the technical part, he will receive the base and transmission from the Tesla Model 3, but with some modifications. In addition, engineers and designers took into account some of the “childhood” diseases of the younger sedan, and the launch of the new product should go more smoothly.
In our opinion, at the end of the first quarter (March 2020), a test assembly of the first small batch can take place. After which the company will finalize and set up the conveyor in Fremont. Later, production will begin in China at the new plant.
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