Tesla’s Upgraded Model 3: A Surge in Demand?

Tesla’s Upgraded Model 3: A Surge in Demand?

Tesla’s upgraded Model 3 sedan is making waves in the electric vehicle market, with a significant uptick in orders. The company’s official order page hints at this burgeoning interest through the extended estimated delivery dates for the vehicle.

Since its availability in China last year and its recent launch in the United States this January, the Fremont Factory has been busy producing two variants of the upgraded Model 3: the Rear Wheel Drive (RWD) and the Long Range Dual Motor All Wheel Drive (AWD). Despite the limited variant options, American consumers have warmly received the new Model 3, as evidenced by the repeatedly deferred delivery dates.

The latest update from Tesla’s official configurator reveals another delay. Previously, the estimated delivery for both the Model 3 RWD and Model 3 Long Range AWD was set for March 2024. Now, the timeline has shifted to March-April 2024 for the Model 3 RWD and May-June 2024 for the Model 3 Long Range AWD.

While Tesla has remained tight-lipped about the reasons for these updated delivery dates, it’s reasonable to speculate that the all-electric sedan is in high demand. Offering what many consider the best value for money in Tesla’s lineup, the Model 3 RWD is priced at $38,990, and the Model 3 Long Range AWD at $47,740, before options or incentives.

The question remains: Is Tesla’s upgraded Model 3 the new favorite among electric vehicles? Only time will tell, but the current signs point to a positive reception and a promising future for Tesla’s latest offering.



Source: Teslarati