Tesla, the electric car maker, is also preparing to deliver a rear-wheel-drive version of the high-end sport utility model, which is now being delivered, according tomedia reports.
The Model Y was launched by Tesla in March last year and began delivery in March, just a year after the launch, something Tesla has not had before.
But like Tesla’s previous electric cars such as the Model S and Model 3, the Model Y starts with a faster, faster, more expensive, high-end version, starting with a two-motor all-wheel drive long-range and two-motor all-wheel drive Performance high-performance version.
When the Model Y was launched in March last year, Tesla announced four versions, in addition to two versions of the dual-motor all-wheel drive version already being delivered, as well as the standard, rear-wheel-drive long-range version, which is scheduled to be mass-produced in 2021 and three others this year.
According to the latest reports inmedia, Tesla is also preparing to deliver the rear-wheel-drive version of the Model Y after two versions of the two-motor all-wheel drive version began delivering them in the middle of this month.
Media said in the report that some consumers who booked a long-range version of the rear-wheel-drive Model Y had been asked to provide payment and discount information for the soon-to-be-delivered Model Y.
Butmedia also mentioned in the report that the long-range Model Y, a single-motor rear-wheel-drive, had not been expected to be mass-produced later this year.
Tesla Model Y, which plans to eventually produce at the Shanghai Super plant and the German Super plant, is currently only available at the Fremont plant, which has been temporarily shut down after the end of March 23, and is no longer producing electric cars, with no recovery time yet, so the long-range model Y for rear-wheel drive It is not known whether production has begun, andmedia have not yet disclosed the specific delivery time of this version.