Elon Musk, during his visit to Berlin, informed the media that Giga Berlin may start in October. It all depends on obtaining the necessary permits. It was starting with Model Y orders for European customers. However, this did not happen.
European drivers reported specific camouflage
Future Model Y owners expected their cars to be delivered in mid-2021. However, it was made impossible by delays in obtaining the final construction permit for Giga Berlin. The new opening date, announced by Elon Musk, is October.
As it turns out, Elon Musk just changed his mind and the Tesla Model Y electric SUV has already made its way to Europe. Of course, these are not products of a German manufacturer, but this does not bother customers at all.
For the first time, the Tesla Model Y was observed on the streets of Holland. It might not have happened without the striking camouflage
– Nice (@tartinedeouf) August 13, 2021
Elon Musk sent the cars to Europe and wrote that they weren’t Tesla Model Y at all
Dutch drivers have posted pictures of cars with weird “No Model Y” stickers on Facebook and Twitter. The reason for this deflection is unknown, but it is possible that Elon Musk used this “camouflage” to make it clear that they were test cars. As a result, this encapsulation achieved an effect opposite to the intended effect.
Possibly for internal testing or regulatory approval. They are often equipped with camouflage patterns in the automotive industry.
Tesla’s initial plans were to only launch the Model Y in Europe when the Gigafactory Berlin was launched. Due to delays, Elon Musk changed his plans and opened orders for the Model Y last month. Delivery was scheduled for September and the electric finally went into production at Gigafactory Shanghai, China.
Exports from China will cover more than 8 thousand. Model Y SUVs and most of them will go to Europe. This fact is confirmed by photos of the Model Y while being transported on the motorway to Eindhoven in the Netherlands.
With many future Model Y owners confirming that the SUV will arrive later this month, it can be assumed that Tesla will release the Model Y from China until the Giga Berlin goes into production.
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