We all know that Tesla CEO Musk is very active on social media; he is the most active social media user among all the CEO of the tech giants. Often his posts will be related to updates, and he often interacts with fans. On his social media, the CEO reveals information about Tesla, SpaceX, where he is the CEO.
One such information comes from its latest interaction with its fans, where Musk stated that Model Y’s output this year will be relatively limited and will be mass-produced next year. It means that Model Y’s output will not be very high this year, and consumer purchases may also be affected.
However, the specific production status of Model Y and the reasons for the limited output this year have not been revealed by the CEO. Hopefully, more information will be released in the coming days. Coming to the car, the Model Y is a cross-border sport and multi-purpose electric vehicle launched by Tesla in March 2019.
Among all the electric vehicles from Tesla, the Model Y is the fastest from launch to delivery. And reports also indicate that the Shanghai Super Factory also started producing Model Y at the end of last year.
Among all the electric cars, Model Y currently has the second-lowest starting price, second only to Model 3, and the number of reservations after its launch is also considerably high.
Right after its launch, the Model Y, though having a small output and delivery volume, soon became Tesla’s second-largest electric vehicle ever delivered. According to sources, with increasing the output of the Shanghai Super Factory, Tesla will also start the production of its Berlin Super Factory and the Austin Super Factory. With the successful construction of its Super Factories, the production capacity of Model Y will be significantly increased.