Tesla Model Y deliveries could begin in Q1 2020 according to Deutsche Bank

Earlier this year during Tesla’s Q3 earnings conference call, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that Tesla was ahead of schedule for production of the Model Y.

Originally slated for a late 2020 release, Tesla moved ahead the timeline of the Model Y, expecting the first deliveries to being in summer 2020. However Deutsche Bank, in a recent research note (via CNBC) have said recent reports of suppliers receiving requests for accelerated parts orders is a good sign that the Model Y production could begin even sooner, confirming what Tesla in Canada reported on late last month.

Musk has yet to release any details on the number of pre-orders for the Model Y, but as with the Model 3, we can expect there to be more orders for the Model Y than Tesla can produce, until they get production up to scale. That should happen sooner rather than later thanks to the similarities shared with the Model 3 and the lessons learned from scaling up production of that vehicle.

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