According to the channel’s flyover, which shows the Fremont factory delivery yard, we see a stock pile of Model S and Model X vehicles. The overflow yard also shows a plethora of Model S vehicles as well. It’s unclear why there are so many of these new refresh vehicles built, but not delivered. ‘
Tesla is dealing with a semiconductor shortage, and increased pressure on its parts supply chain due to heavy demand. It’s likely a combination of many factors that are resulting in these vehicles sitting idle and not yet delivered.
During Tesla’s record third quarter, the company produced 8,941 Model S and Model X vehicles. As for Model S and Model X, 9,289 were delivered.
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