600 Tesla vehicles are purchased by the German Automobile Club (ADAC) for its members. Delivery will be completed in the next 2-3 months and all cars are already spoken for.
The popularity of Tesla cars continues to grow. In addition to private consumers, cars are also bought by large companies to use as taxis or for leasing. Now, Andreas Ludt/Twitter has reported that the German Automobile Club (ADAC) has bought 600 Tesla vehicles to lease to its members. According to the explanation, the cars will be delivered by April 2022 and all of them have already been rented out. Andreas will also lease Tesla Model Y, which he has been dreaming of for several months.
To be clear, all these cars are ALREADY TAKEN and one Model Y will be mine 😃💪🏻 #NoDemand— Andreas Ludt (@eraz00r) January 7, 2022
ADAC is the largest public organization of drivers in Germany and the largest in Europe, with over 20 million members. It is the second-largest auto club in the world after the American Automobile Association. The main function of the organization is technical, informational, and legal assistance to drivers.
The data posted on the site indicate that Model 3 and Model Y Long Range are already available for order. The cost of Model 3 for 24 months, for 10,000 km (6,213 miles) is €369 per month, with an initial payment of €6,000. The cost of Model Y under the same conditions is about €487 per month. Please note that some settings, such as the initial payment and the planned mileage for 24 months of use, are subject to change and will reflect the corresponding changes in the cost.
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