Newly Refreshed Tesla Model S Spotted Leaving Fremont Factory Toward Delivery Centers

by Eva Fox March 19, 2021

Newly Refreshed Tesla Model S Spotted Leaving Fremont Factory Toward Delivery Centers

Tesla is gearing up for the end of Q1 and is actively producing refreshed Model S. Demand for the car is very high, and hundreds of refreshed units were seen at the Fremont factory throughout March. It seems that deliveries have already begun, as trucks with Model S leave the factory, transporting them to the delivery centers.

@CodingMark/Twitter noticed a truck driving out of the factory grounds. It contained several refreshed Model S in different colors. The photographs showed that this batch of cars includes both standard five-seater units and seven-seater ones. Also, @CodingMark highlighted that all cars had a standard steering wheel and not a yoke.

In 2020, Tesla completed development on a refreshed Model S and its Plaid version, which received more than just a facelift. Both Long Range and Plaid powertrains, with updated battery architecture, are capable of back-to-back, consistent 1/4-mile runs. Long Range and Plaid platforms unite powertrain and battery technologies for unrivaled performance, range, and efficiency. New module and pack thermal architecture allows faster charging while yielding more power and endurance in all conditions.

After the updates received, the Model S has become a truly coveted car, for which demand is incredibly high. In a leaked email at the end of February, Tesla CEO Elon Musk wrote that the retooling of the production lines for the Model S/X has already been completed and the company is aiming for full production starting in Q2 2021. However, some lucky order holders may receive a refreshed Model S as early as this month, as the vehicles are now starting to leave the factory.

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