The last month of Q3 begins tomorrow, which means Tesla is ramping up deliveries. Reports continue to come in that many trucks and trains carrying Teslas to delivery centers have arrived in large numbers at different cities, in various countries.
@ByeonChansoo/Twitter reports that he spotted a truck carrying Tesla Model Y in Toronto, Canada. The new owners will soon receive their long-awaited vehicles.
Tesla Giga Press Multi-Directional Casting Machine in Fremont Begins Operationshttps://t.co/UwEYCs7kxn— Tesmanian.com (@Tesmanian_com) August 24, 2020
In parallel with the accelerated delivery for Model Y, the delivery time for Model 3 in North America is also 2-4 weeks. This timeline improvement can also be attributed, at least in part, to the new, separate assembly line for Model Y. Model Y production now does not have to hinder that of Model 3.
Tesla continues to improve upon its vehicle manufacturing, unlocking increasingly quicker deliveries. Once Giga Shanghai and Giga Berlin begin production of Model Y, Tesla's logistics burden will be drastically reduced. Model Y is a crossover--one of the most popular segments in the world. As people gain access to quicker deliveries, in particular for Model Y, Tesla sales will likely skyrocket even further yet--impressing even the most ardent of critics and skeptics.
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