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Tesla Model Y Long Range AWD Owners Received Delivery Announcement

by Eva Fox February 26, 2020

Tesla Model Y Long Range AWD Owners Received Delivery Announcement

Tesla sent out emails to Model Y Performance buyers (US only) yesterday asking them to select their desired delivery date and time. The earliest date available was March 15th.

People who shared this information said that they made the order at different times, however, they all received an email with the ability to select the delivery date at the same time. Future owners of Model Y can choose their preferred date and time of delivery start from March 15, from 8:00 to 22:00.

It was assumed that buyers of other configurations would be forced to wait for a later delivery date.

Today, Tesla began sending emails to Model Y Long Range AWD customers (US only) so that they could choose the date and time of delivery for their vehicle. Future owners of Model Y can choose their preferred date and time of delivery start from March 15. This was a very pleasant surprise for them.

"The next step for you is to confirm when you’re able to take delivery so we can ensure the best experience possible.

Once you confirm your availability, we’ll send you an update in the coming days to notify you when you can log into your Tesla Account and complete any remaining steps such as financing or trade-in. Your Tesla Advisor will be available to answer any additional questions you may have.

We’re excited to have Model Y join your home and be a part of your transition to sustainable energy.

Welcome to the Tesla family."

Michael Berman, the future owner of Model Y Long Range AWD, shared this news and a letter from the company on Twitter.

It really was a very pleasant surprise for all buyers of Model Y Long Range AWD. Tesla showed itself on the best side: they presented, established production, produced and delivered this model in just 1 year.

Initially, in order to deliver cars to its customers, the company set aside about 18 months, but these terms were reduced at first to 15 months, and now it turned out that the need was only 12 months in order to implement the plan.

The company's management proved that it is learning from the mistakes of past years and is doing everything possible not only not to commit them in the future, but also improving in its activities. This in turn gives the company's customers the confidence that the goals set by Tesla will be achieved as quickly and efficiently as possible.




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