Tesla Delivery Dates Slip for New Orders in the U.S. Again



Tesla recently pushed back delivery dates for new orders of the base Model Y, Model S, and Model X electric vehicles (EVs) in the U.S. by one month (via @SawyerMerritt).

According to the company’s online configurator, the base Model Y Long Range now has an expected delivery window of March-June 2023 for new orders — up from February-May 2023.

Customers who opt for the Model Y Long Range with upgraded paint/wheels can expect deliveries a bit earlier, between December 2022 and March 2023. Delivery dates for the Model Y Performance remain unchanged.

New entry-level Model S orders have also been delayed to March-June 2023, from a previous estimate of February-May 2023.

The base Model X, on the other hand, now has a projected delivery timeline of June-September 2023, replacing the previous estimate of May-August 2023.

This change pushes back the estimated delivery window of new orders for the base Model X. Existing Model X orders saw their delivery dates pushed back to April 2023 last month.

Recent circumstances would suggest the delays are likely again related to supply chain headwinds and a growing gap between demand and supply.

The U.S. isn’t the only country seeing delayed delivery dates for Tesla EVs. Earlier this week, delivery windows for the automaker’s entry-level Model 3 in China slipped into late October at the earliest.

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