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Tesla has contacted customers to provide an update on the estimated deliveries of Model S. The company informed a customer that in one week, data on the estimated delivery dates may appear, which means that soon the future owners will begin to receive their Model S.
Twitter user @Huddster2--order holder for Model S--shared the good news. He posted the email from Tesla informing him that the process of scheduling delivery dates will begin soon. The company said they have more inside information about when deliveries are potentially possible for Model S orders. All orders will be processed based on when they were placed.
The company has confirmed that it has received a large volume of orders for the updated model, so it is not yet able to provide an approximate delivery date for @Huddster2. However, after the next week, this situation should change, which means that the first customers can already receive approximate delivery dates.
Good afternoon and hope you are having an awesome start to your week thus far!
First off, thank you for your patience and professionalism towards myself and Tesla during this waiting period since you began the Model S order process with us.
Today Tesla has begun to provide more information internally on when deliveries will potentially take place for Model S orders based upon when they began the order process with us and I wanted to share your anticipated delivery time frame with you.
Due to the high volume of Model S orders Tesla has at this time we currently don’t have an estimated delivery date for you but that should
change within the next week, as soon as there is an estimated delivery date provided internally for your order I will reach out ASAP."
Plaid Model S in one week???? pic.twitter.com/dZHTOnNHSX— Huddster🧢 (@Huddster2) May 10, 2021
Tesla began retooling its factory to produce the refreshed Model S and X at the end of 2020. However, it turned out to be a rather laborious process, which was complicated by the global shortage of components, which also affected the automotive industry. Nevertheless, the first deliveries of Model S should begin within a few weeks, which means that some of the customers should already receive their cars in Q2.
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