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Tesla announced that it will begin delivering the Model Y as early as tomorrow, March 15, 2020, which is exactly 1-year after Elon Musk revealed the vehicle, but apparently, at least one person has received theirs. There are four planned powertrains for the Model Y: Standard Range, Long Range, Long Range with Dual-Motor All-Wheel Drive, and Performance. Early deliveries will only include the Long Range AWD model and the Performance model. Read more for a video walkthrough, additional pictures and information.
As previously mentioned, US deliveries begin in March 2020 for the Long Range, and Performance versions, while deliveries will start in early 2021 for the Standard Range version. Once the initial rollout is complete, Tesla is expected to begin shipping cars to the Canadian and Mexican markets as well as left-hand drive European markets thereafter. Once Giga Shanghai is at running at full capacity, Model Y vehicles for Asian markets will be available.
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