Tesla has revised its estimated delivery dates for its Model X SUV, delaying estimated dates once again.
The entry Model X Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive is now showing an estimated delivery date of October 2022 for new orders, with wait times maintaining a whopping 11 months (via @SawyerMerritt).
Back in mid-October, Model X estimated delivery dates slipped to September 2022. But now we’re seeing yet another added delay.
As for the Model X Plaid, estimated delivery dates for new orders have changed to August 2022, resulting in a 9-month wait. As of mid-October, the Model X Plaid was showing estimated delivery dates of July 2022.
Again, these estimated delivery dates could change at any time, depending on Tesla’s ability to acquire batteries, semiconductors and other car parts needed to produce its vehicles.
Tesla also revised the range estimates for the Model X as well, depending on the number of seats; more seats increase weight and reduce range:
- 5 seats: 351 miles
- 6 seats: 348 miles
- 7 seats: 347 miles
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