Although California officials had previously made a disagreement with Tesla over the resumption of work, the two sides agreed with the support of the U.S. president. May 18 news, according tomedia reports, Tesla Fremont plant officially resumed work today. At the same time, Tesla first updated the delivery schedulefor the Model 3 and Model Y models.
Because of supply chain problems, it will take some time for Tesla’s U.S. plant, which can produce hundreds of electric cars a day, will return to pre-discontinuation capacity.
The new delivery date shows that the Tesla Model 3 has a delivery time of 5-7 weeks, compared with 4-8 weeks before the Start of Downtime.
As for Model Y, new buyers will have to wait longer to get a vehicle. The updated delivery schedule shows that Model Y has a lead time of 8 to 12 weeks.
It is worth noting, however, that Tesla’s expected delivery times are subject to frequent changes, with the current domestic Model 3 standard life-to-ship delivery time of 2-4 weeks, depending on the supply chain and production conditions.