Tesla’s Model Y estimated delivery dates have been pushed back to October, when earlier this week the website indicated September.
According to Tesla’s website for the U.S. and Canada, the entry Long Range Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive Model Y is now showing October, while the Performance version is showing 7-11 weeks.
Tesla North reader James that recently ordered a Model Y in Canada this week and said their Model Y was showing an estimated delivery date of mid-August, but now that date has slipped to early and late September.
Newer builds of the Model Y in the U.S. now include the company’s Bioweapon Defense Mode for the first time. Previously, this feature was only available on the Model Y in China and has long been exclusive to the more expensive Model S and Model X.
It appears Tesla may be seeing some huge demand for Q3 for its Model Y in Canada and the USA. In comparison, the entry Model 3 is showing estimated delivery of 8-12 weeks in the U.S. and Canada.
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