Tesla Model Y deliveries will start in Q1 of next year, according to a new research note from Deutsche Bank as reported by CNBC. If accurate, this means the first customers could get their cars within four months from now.
The bank bases its estimate on accelerated parts orders from Tesla suppliers, which we reported on last week.
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