Is the Tesla Model Y Ever Actually Going to Arrive in Australia?

Will a Tesla Model Y ever arrive in Australia?

It’s 2022. The Model 3 has now undergone several facelifts. Tesla continues to tease the launch of its new Roadster and Cybertruck models, while still pushing its now-standard range of vehicles (Model S, 3 and X). I knocked on Elon Musk’s door, begging, his eyes bulging from crying, “Where is the Australian Tesla’s Model Y?”.

Well, that’s a little exciting, not like I can afford one anyway. But the Tesla Model Y has long avoided the Australian market. It was originally supposed to come here in 2021, although it was a year late. There are now fears that the Tesla Model Y could be delayed again, due to a shortage of supplies at one of its Shanghai facilities.

Is Australia cursed for never receiving a Tesla Model Y? Will it refer to our country forever? Can. We thought it might go on sale last year, and…no.

Where’s the Australian Tesla Model Y, Elon?

Right now, the word is “older 2022,” but it’s already May, and since it’s already once late, it wouldn’t be a surprise if it happened again. We think 2023 is the year to watch (however, the Model Y will have plenty of new electric cars to compete with that year).

Currently, delays can be seen in the all-electric car market in Australia, with some companies shipping just 500 electric cars in less than each year.

In many respects, it should come down to priorities. Teslas are in demand internationally, with Australia making up only a small portion of its international sales. We don’t have any incentives for electric car makers to bring their cars to Australia at the moment, but the demand is so extreme that it leads to shortages.

Additionally, the Model Y outperforms the Model 3 in both the US and China, while Australians are still very happy to order the Model 3. For now, Aussie EV buyers seem satisfied with the Model 3, which gives Tesla a reason to supply us with this vehicle. (along with the Model S and X) and prioritizing the Model Y to the rest of the world.

The Tesla Model Y will likely do well in Australia, considering Teslas orders are currently being filed here, so much so that buyers are being warned of waiting periods of up to 12 months before their new wheels arrive. In February, we reported that the Tesla Model 3 was the country’s most successful electric vehicle in terms of sales, and it was one of the most popular sedans in the country overall.

So, it’s not that we’re damned, it’s just that we’re not a Model Y market priority right now.

How much will a Tesla Model Y be in Australia?

The Australian price has yet to be confirmed, but it is reasonable to expect to spend around $70K on it, considering the US price and price leaks from April. According to a pricing leak, the RWD model will start at $67,990, while the AWD model will cost $98,172.

Note that these are different prices than what was shown in the price component when the Model Y went on sale briefly in Australia earlier this year ($65,500 and $90,900, respectively).

Is the Tesla Model Y a budget electric car?

This is not the case at all, although many seem to think that it is “Tesla Budget”. The Tesla Model Y isn’t a budget electric car, unless you consider it a budget alternative to the Model X, in which case it’s only a “budget” Tesla SUV.

In the US market, the original Tesla Model Y sold for $51,190 (about $73,000 in Australia) with the price rising year after year. If the 2020 “budget” Tesla Model Y was put up for sale in Australia at the converted price at which it was sold in the US, it would cost more of the Tesla Model 3, which starts at $63,900 in Australia.

If you’re thinking about a Tesla budget, you might think of the few times Tesla brought up the idea of ​​a “cheap” Tesla. Prices were previously quoted at $41,646, $48,587, and $34,705, all converted in Australian prices, but Tesla with those prices clearly never happened.

Also, why Will be Tesla ever launches a budget EV? The company is having difficulty fulfilling all of its orders at the moment, and there is no need to reduce prices.

Gizmodo Australia has contacted Tesla and will update this article if they get back to us. We’re excited about the Tesla Model Y and its Australian version, but for now, we’ll just have to wait.

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