Today we are going to see sales data and wait times to buy different Tesla models in the United States, but that we can extend to the rest of the world in some cases. Several of its models are sold out until 2023.
Despite numerous price increases in recent months, demand for Tesla electric cars appears to be at an all-time high.
Among the factors that can explain this boom are the rise in the price of petrol/diesel or the launch of the Model Y in Europe. Although there are other no less important factors which also add up, such as the current shortage of semiconductors in the world, which means that delivery times are increasingly delayed globally and to all the manufacturers.
Focusing on Tesla and its US market, the current best-selling Tesla Model Y Long Range currently has a January to April 2023 delivery date. But if you order a Model Y Long Range with 20 induction wheels” ($2,000 plus), your estimated delivery time is pushed back to October – January 2023. The Model Y Performance has an estimated delivery time of June – July 2022.
If you want to buy Tesla’s cheapest car, the Model 3 RWD, it will be delivered between July and September 2022. The long-range Model 3 has an estimated delivery between June and August 2022, while a Model 3 Performance will arrive between June – July 2022.
As for the Model S, if you order one today, it will arrive between November 2022 and January 2023 if it’s a Long Range or between June and July 2022 if it’s a Plaid.
The Model X has the following delivery times: December 2022 – March 2023 (Long Range) and August – October 2022 (Plaid).