Tesla Will Deliver its First Batch of Vehicles to Israel this Week

Tesla Will Deliver its First Batch of Vehicles to Israel this Week

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The first batch of Tesla vehicles will arrive at the port of Israel later this week in February. Another batch is expected in March, and thus all vehicles ordered on the first day of sales will arrive in the country in Q1 2021.

The first batch of Tesla vehicles will soon be delivered to Israel. The ship will dock in the port of Ashdod and begin unloading on February 27, sources told Globes. Cars will be aboard the Grimaldi Group vehicles carrier vessel the Grande Mediterraneo, which brings cars to Israel on a regular basis.

Vehicles are currently shipped from the US and are due to arrive in Portugal, where they will be loaded onto the Grande Mediterraneo, which will travel to Israel. Sources of the Israeli edition say that the first batch will include 70 Tesla vehicles. They also said there will be another batch of 50 vehicles arriving in March.

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In early February, Tesla opened an order configurator in Israel. All cars available for delivery in Q1 2021 were sold out at lightning speed, with the first deliveries expected in March. However, it seems that the company has decided to delight its customers and has expedited most deliveries so that the first Tesla owners in Israel will definitely receive their orders before Easter.

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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.

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