Tesla Model Y has been added to Hertz's fleet, which already contains Model 3. The company has placed an order but has not yet received them, as the vehicles are not yet available to rent on the site.
Tesla Model Y will soon be added to Hertz's electric car rental fleet, as evidenced by a listing on the car rental company's website. Model Y is already advertised on the electric car rental page, but, at the time of this writing, is not yet available for order. The information was first discovered by @SawyerMerritt/Twitter.
Tesla Model Ys will join Model 3s to offer the ultimate electric vehicle driving experience. Last year, Hertz ordered 100,000 Model 3 vehicles from Tesla, which are available at Washington’s Dulles, Florida’s Fort Lauderdale, Miami, and Orlando International Airports, California’s Los Angeles and San Francisco International Airports, and Georgia’s Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport.
To date, Hertz continues to receive more Tesla Model 3s under a $4.2 billion purchase contract. At the moment, the details of the Model Y order remain unknown, as well as when the first of them will be available for rent. However, the appearance of the offer on the site may hint that the first vehicles may be delivered soon.
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