Tesla Model 3/Y Orders Now Sold Out Until February 2022 in Canada, USA



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Last month, new entry Tesla Model 3 and Model Y orders saw estimated delivery dates pushed back to January 2022, and fast forward to September, these dates have continued to slip.

Tesla’s website shows the entry Model 3 Standard Range Plus, along with the Model Y Long Range, are now showing estimated delivery for February 2022, which is five months away, as noted by @SawyerMerritt. The date changes apply to new orders in Canada and the USA.

For the Model 3 Long Range, it too is showing an extended estimated delivery date, now showing December (previously November).

Tesla is clearly seeing major demand for its vehicles and a recent email from CEO Elon Musk pushed employees to go “super hardcore”, in an effort to meet its Q3 delivery targets.

Tesla is also still dealing with the global semiconductor shortage, like other automakers, while the company also appears to be suffering delays in its supply chain as well.

The company’s Fremont factory in California is producing vehicles for North America, while its Gigafactory in Shanghai is exporting Model 3 and Model Y for Europe and the surrounding region.

Again, if you’re thinking about a Model 3 or Model Y, don’t think, just place your order, as delivery times aren’t improving by any means.


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