Early August, Tesla Shanghai super factory completed the production line upgrade, Tesla electric car production speed greatly improved. With the increase in production, Tesla began to deliver new cars in more countries and regions.
Tesla’s all-electric SUV Model Y has begun deliveries in Singapore, TESLARATI reported today. In June, Tesla opened reservations for the Tesla Model Y in Singapore, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, and recently began delivering the new vehicle.
Tesla reportedly offers two configurations of the Model Y in Singapore, with the Model Y rear-wheel drive (RWD) version starting at S$91,990 (approximately RMB 453016) and the Model Y performance version starting at S$110,990 (approximately RMB 546583). If customers order the Model Y now, it is expected to be delivered by the end of this year.
The Tesla Model Y sold in Singapore is reportedly made in the Shanghai Super Factory. Currently, Tesla is exhibiting the model at ION Orchard, a shopping mall in Singapore. Last year, as the Model 3 began deliveries in Singapore, Tesla began installing infrastructure such as Superchargers in Singapore.
CleanTechnica data shows that in July this year, Model Y sales ranked second in the global pure electric car, after the Wuling Hong Guang MINI EV. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has previously said that the Model Y will be Tesla’s best-selling electric car.
In 2021 Tesla delivered 936,200 units worldwide, of which Tesla China delivered a total of 484,100 units, which means that the Shanghai Super Factory contributed over 50% of the production. According to drone observers @SawyerMerritt and @Wu Wa, there were at least 10,000 Model 3s and Model Ys waiting to be shipped at the Shanghai port on Aug. 21.