Looking to order a Tesla Model 3 soon? You might wait a while for it to appear in your local showroom to accept delivery if you are in the United States. Demand for the long-range all-wheel-drive variant of the all-electric sedan continues to skyrocket, and delivery dates for new orders are extended through November, according to Tesla’s online design studio. Currently, delivery is expected between 10 and 16 weeks for the Model 3 configuration. Demand for the vehicle is still on the rise, just in time for the company to open a new production facility in Texas that will always meet the needs. increasing consumer demand for the car.
Tesla’s all-electric vehicles, especially its mainstream Model 3s and Ys, are among the most popular electric vehicles in the world. In mid-June, we reported that the long-range Model Y was nearly sold out for the third quarter, with estimated delivery dates being extended until the last month of the quarter. Demand for the Model 3 has obviously exceeded that of its automotive sibling, with Model 3 delivery dates stretching through mid-November.
Tesla’s design studio for the long-range Model 3 has extended the estimated delivery time to 10-16 weeks, meaning the first scheduled delivery for new orders would be the last week of September. The last would be the second week of November.
The Model 3 has been Tesla’s bestseller around the world for some time, only eclipsed by the Model Y in some areas like Tesla’s home state of California. However, the Model 3’s affordable prices combined with industry-leading software and range ratings make it an ideal choice for consumers, especially if this is their first electric car purchase. Outside of the United States, the Model 3 has remained dominant in many heavy electric vehicle markets including Norway, Ireland and Japan. The Model 3 established itself as a Top 3 vehicle in China, battling for the top spot with the Wuling HongGuang Mini EV for nearly a year in a row.
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Tesla continued to increase its production and delivery figures on a quarterly basis. On July 2, Tesla announced that it produced 206,421 cars in the second quarter, with 201,250 vehicles delivered. This is an increase from the first quarter, when the automaker reported 180,338 vehicles produced, with 184,800 deliveries. Both quarters were overwhelmingly dominated by Model 3 and Model Y.
The Model 3 is currently manufactured at Tesla’s Fremont plant in Northern California. In the coming months, it will also be produced at the Tesla plant in Giga Texas near Austin. The Texas plant will produce Model 3s for customers in the eastern half of North America, while the Fremont plant will continue production for the western part of the continent.
Interestingly, the Model 3 Long Range isn’t the cheapest variant of the all-electric sedan. However, that didn’t stop the car from having the most extended delivery date. The vehicle has a range of 353 miles and a blazing fast 4.2 second 0-60 MPH time. The car offers ample range with incredible performance, making it an ideal combination for consumers who want a little taste of both.
As demand for the Model 3 and other Tesla vehicles continues to grow, the company continues to expand its footprint of factories to meet growing demand for its cars. While Tesla currently builds its vehicles in Fremont and China at Giga Shanghai, Tesla will open the Giga Texas plant and its first European plant, Giga Berlin, later this year.
Disclosure: Joey Klender is a shareholder of TSLA.
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