On Monday night, local time, those who booked the Tesla Model Y received some exciting news,media reported. Judging by a series of events on Twitter, Model Y is almost ready to ship to eager buyers. Many Twitter accounts posted screenshots of emails from Tesla informing buyers that Model Y is ready to deliver this month and asking future owners when they can pick up their new electric cars.
The email states that after a timetable has been set, the owner will be given another notice when they will be able to complete the remaining steps.
The delivery appears to be a far from the previous launch of Tesla’s models, which, like the previous Model 3, have been slow to start. And now, Tesla seems to be driving enough. In fact, the automaker said on a fourth-quarter earnings call that Model Y would be released ahead of time.
In January, Tesla began early production of its latest model, and with years of experience building a more popular model on the Model 3, Tesla is on track to reduce a range of problems as Model Y deliveries increase. In addition to production in the U.S., the company plans to produce Model Y at a new production site in China outside Shanghai.
It is understood that the first Model Y crossover will be the Performance version, which has now received a pretty good range rating. Electric cars can travel 315 miles on a single charge, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Another version to be released this year will be the Long Range.
According to Tesla’s 2021 estimates, consumers who ordered the Model Y Standard Range version will have to wait longer to wait for the first more affordable electric crossovers.