Tesla’s Model Y Performance variant, which is the fastest available all-electric crossover configuration, is nearly sold out for 2021, according to the company’s online Design Studio.
Tesla faced widespread demand for its electric vehicles in 2021. As the movement and transition to electrification continues to accelerate, Tesla is among the most sought-after electric vehicle brands and demand for its cars is declining. stops growing daily.
Despite its efforts to open two new production facilities by the end of 2021, one in the United States and one in Germany, Tesla still faces extended delivery projection dates. It looks like the Model Y, which is the company’s most popular car, is now on the verge of sold out for 2021.
While this can be attributed to the global semiconductor shortage that has plagued automakers around the world, Tesla has done a tremendous job of averting this crisis.
The long-range all-wheel-drive variant of the Y Model has been sold out for the year for several months. Tesla is currently planning deliveries of this variant of the crossover for April 2022. However, Tesla customers can still order a Model Y Performance in the hope that it will be delivered by the end of the year. With the growing demand for the company’s cars, who knows how long this will last.
Tesla’s online design studio now has the Model Y Performance shipments for December. Tesla enthusiast Sawyer Merritt first noticed the change in the expected delivery date of the Model Y Performance.
New US Model Y Performance orders now show the estimated delivery date in December (from November). The Model Y is almost sold out for 2021. pic.twitter.com/mRkVtGBnXX
– Sawyer Merritt (@SawyerMerritt) October 3, 2021
As mentioned earlier, Tesla’s delayed delivery dates could be attributed to parts shortages. However, the company is coming off its best quarter in company history in terms of delivery and production rates. On Saturday morning, Tesla revealed it delivered 241,300 vehicles in the third quarter, beating Wall Street estimates by 9%. Growth was not a problem for Tesla, and the company was able to avoid the solid-state chip problem by developing 19 of its own microcontrollers. Additionally, Morgan Stanley released a new investor memo this week that attributed Tesla’s ability to avoid the chip shortage crisis through vertical integration, scalability, vendor negotiations and product sophistication. .
CEO Elon Musk said it was an “extremely difficult” challenge to avoid production downtime due to parts shortages, but the team of engineers, supply chain experts, Tesla’s production and supplier employees helped the automaker reach its most successful quarter to date.
It was * extremely * difficult. Huge accessories for Tesla’s engineering, supply chain, production and key suppliers.
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 4, 2021
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