Tesla: 3 years later some 2020 orders still not fulfilled

Some Tesla customers have been waiting for their vehicles for nearly 3 years and deliveries may never be fulfilled. As a matter of fact, the American electric vehicle manufacturer recently announced that it will no longer produce the right-hand drive Tesla Model X and Tesla Model S, some of our customers are still waiting for their vehicles to be delivered.

For UK, Australian or New Zealand customers who have been patiently waiting up to three years for their Model S or Model X, the news came as a surprise. Some disappointed bookers have already turned to competing brands such as Porsche and Mercedes-Benz. It instead commands vehicles like the Taycan or EQS, as Autocar reports.

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Tesla offers to deliver left-hand drive cars

As an apology, Tesla offers reservations options such as: acceptance of a left-hand drive car, choice of a smaller Model 3 or Model Yor cancellation of orders.

However, the decision to phase out right-hand drive models has raised concerns about left-hand drive in right-hand drive countries. This results in reduced visibility when overtaking, as the driver must partially cross the opposite lane to see oncoming traffic.

Tesla’s preference to prioritize production of its more affordable models, the Model 3 and Model Y, is based on significantly higher sales volumes. According to Dylan Setterfield of Cap HPI, just over 11,000 Model S units and less than 6,500 Model Xs were registered in the UK between 2013 and 2021.The total number of Model 3 and Model Y units registered is expected to exceed 170,000 by the end of the year.This represents a significant share of Tesla’s total sales.

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