Tesla is no longer taking orders for the Model 3 Long Range in Canada and the US, according to the company’s Online Design Studio.
The Model 3 webpage has an updated delivery timeframe for each trim level. On the website, the Rear Wheel Drive and Performance Model 3 is still available with a delivery schedule from October to December. Meanwhile the Long Range trim level won’t be available until 2023.
Previously, the Long Range trim levels indicated an estimated delivery time between November 2022 and January 2023.
Tesla is feeling great demand for the Long Range trim level. CEO Elon Musk says the waiting list for this specific configuration is too long.
why no model 3 long range orders anymore
— Whole Mars Catalog (@WholeMarsBlog) August 13, 2022
On several occasions, Elon Musk has said Tesla has no problem with demand, it just has a problem with supply.
The addition of two new production facilities in Austin, Texas, and Brandenburg, Germany, helps to round out Tesla’s production problems globally.
Tesla delivered more than 254,000 electric cars in Q2, with more than 238,500 of them being Model 3 or Model Y.
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