Demand for Tesla is still very high, even though the company recently raised the prices of the entire model due to a shortage of raw materials.
However, the increase in oil prices due to the Ukraine-Russia war and the launch of the Model Y in Europe made demand still high, although it was accompanied by price increases.
Tesla recently updated all delivery schedules for new orders across all the models they manufacture.
The base version of the Model Y will ship between January 2023 and April 2023, according to Tesla's website. The base version of the Model Y is now on sale for $63,000 following the announcement of the price increase.
Tesla will expedite delivery if it adds additional options to your order such as larger wheels, Full Self-Driving (FSD) Plan, or Performance Version.
The base version of the Model 3 gets shipping in July–September 2022 for new orders. The base version of the Model 3 is Tesla's cheapest vehicle starting at $47,000 after a recent price hike.
If you want to get your Model 3 a month earlier, you can add 19″ wheels, which cost $1,500 more.
Or if you want to upgrade to a Model 3 Remote delivery will be June–August 2022 for new orders. Meanwhile for the Performance Version, new orders will be sent in June–July 2023.
New orders for Model S Long Range will ship between Nov 2022 – Jan 2023. As for Model S Plaid, new orders will ship Jun – Jul 2022. Long Range Model S now starts at $101,440 while Plaid starts at $137,440.
For orders for the new Model X, the delivery period is between Dec 2022 – Mar 2023 (Remote) and August – Oct 2022 (Box). The current Long Range Model X starts at $116,440. The Plaid version of the Model X currently retails for a starting price of $140,440 which is Tesla's most expensive vehicle.