June 5 (UPI) — Tesla’s model Model Y, a cross-border sport utility vehicle launched in March last year, began delivering in the first quarter of this year, and some lucky subscribers have received their reservations for the electric car, according tomedia reports. But Tesla, which has already started delivering the electric car, has not yet accepted a consumer’s scheduled test drive since its launch, but the latest reports frommedia suggest that the electric car will soon begin to receive a consumer’s scheduled test drive.
Tesla Model Y is about to begin accepting a test drive for consumers, according tomedia reports of a test drive email received by a foreign consumer.
An appointment test drive email sent to a consumer at the Tesla showroom in Walnut Creek, California, shows that the Model Y has been listed as a test-drive model, and the other three are model S, Model X and Model 3, three of which are electric vehicles delivered before model Y, and that the four electric vehicles That Tesla is currently delivering after model Y entered the test drive category.
But it may take some time for domestic consumers to book a test drive Model Y, which is available for test drive on the current Tesla domestic network, model S, Model X and Model 3.
The model Y in the domestic market is expected to be produced entirely by the Shanghai Super factory, as is the Model 3, and Tesla is accelerating the construction of the Model Y plant in the Shanghai Super plant, which is scheduled to start delivering in 2021, so domestic consumers may have to wait until next year for a test drive.