In March 2017, Elon Musk announced tesla were developing a small electric crossover, which was predicted to be released in 2020. He lied, in a nice way as it is here now – the Tesla Model Y.
Elon Musk has revealed his latest plans – The Tesla Model Y which is rumored to go into production at the beginning of 2020. Although, the manufacturer has not yet made a final decision on the production of the model.
This will only happen in one of the upcoming quarters. Regardless of when Tesla decides to produce, the car it will be a “production revolution”. The new car will not be built at the Fremont factory, where apparently there are no more free production resources. In this way, Musk denied Reuters reports that production of the Model Y began in November 2019 at the California plant in Fremont.
By the way, the head of the brand said that last month the production level of Model 3 amounted to 2,270 units a week – it is still quite far from the promised 5,000. copies. At the end of the last quarter, Tesla had pockets 450,000 reservations for Model 3