First Tesla Model Y Performance Deliveries in Australia Coming Soon
The Tesla Model Y launched in Australia last August, and it has been so popular with recent price cuts that its deliveries are being pushed further and further out.
Tesla’s Model Y units are now showing estimated delivery dates of February to May on the company’s order configurator, as detailed in a report from The Driven.
The news comes just a day after Tesla Model Y Performance customers were notified that their vehicles had been built and were preparing for shipment. Additionally, customers are receiving their VIN numbers, showing that the vehicles have officially been built.
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In recent months, updated delivery estimates showed the first Model Y Performance units delivering between April and June, though the first units may now be delivering in the coming weeks.
The Driven also spotted a 2023 Model Y Performance in inventory in Western Australia, including 21-inch Uberturbine wheels, a white paint coat and a price tag of $96,300 before taxes, fees or incentives. This means this vehicle is ready to be purchased right away.
In December, Tesla’s Model Y was awarded the “Car of the Year” award in Australia, just weeks before the Model 3 would end the Toyota Camry’s 28-year sales streak to top local sales charts.