Tesla announces delivery of Model Y in Midnight Cherry Red. Starting Saturday, cars in this color will be available at Tesla stores in Europe.
At the end of October, Tesla Giga Berlin announced two new colors, Quicksilver and Midnight Cherry Red, for true connoisseurs of beauty. Achieving the depth of the new colors is made possible thanks to the latest paint shop, which uses unique paint application technologies. To date, cars in the new colors are only available in Europe. Midnight Cherry Red, with a striking depth that changes with the light to accentuate Model Y’s graceful curves, was not immediately available for order and many customers in Europe were expecting it. In January 2023, Tesla launched the ability to order cars in the new color, however delivery was not available for several more months.
Now the wait is over as Tesla has announced the start of deliveries. According to the release, Model Y in Midnight Cherry Red will be available at the company's stores in Europe starting Saturday. The company's customers in the Middle East have also received good news: the electric crossover in this special new color will be available there later this year.
A wild Midnight Cherry appears…— Tesla Europe (@tesla_europe) May 5, 2023
…at a Tesla location near you, starting tomorrow
Midnight Cherry Red is made possible by the Giga Berlin paint shop, which has a unique layout and was specifically designed and built to implement Tesla's new colors. During the painting process, up to 13 layers of paint are applied to the car, which gives the surface a unique depth and excellent appearance. Highly pigmented metallic paints provide a special sheen effect that enhances the design of Model Y and allows colors to change depending on the vehicle's angle and lighting.
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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.