Tesla resumed deliveries of Model X and Model S electric cars to Europe
At the beginning of 2021, Tesla stopped production of the Model S and Model X for restyling. Since then, the manufacturer has not supplied cars to Europe. And now, almost two years later, Europeans have started to receive the cars.
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Despite the cessation of production and shipments, Elon Musk continued to take pre-orders for electric cars for nearly a year. In December 2021, Tesla came to the realization that it would not be able to deliver, after which the pre-order was closed. In parallel, the manufacturer was producing Model 3 and Model Y cars for sale in the European market, and later launched a facility in the German capital city.
In August 2022, the company resumed accepting pre-orders. The first to receive their cars were customers who pre-ordered the Model X and Model S in Plaid modifications almost two years ago. Motorists who made an order for the cars last summer will receive them only next year.