In China, Tesla has reduced projected delivery times for all Model Y and Model 3 variants produced there by an average of about four weeks. Changes at the Shanghai plant to increase productivity seem to be making themselves felt.
Now upgrading the Giga Shanghai to increase performance seems to be having an effect. According to Tesla's latest quarterly report, Giga Shanghai now has an annual capacity of over 750,000 vehicles. The increase in productivity is now also reflected in delivery times.
The delivery forecast for the entry-level Model Y version has been cut from eight to twelve weeks to four to eight weeks. For Model Y Long Range with two engines and four-wheel drive, the period is currently 16 to 20 weeks, previously it was 20 to 24 weeks. Model 3 with rear-wheel drive, and Model 3 with two engines and all-wheel drive, now have delivery times of 12 to 16 weeks. Previously expected delivery times were 14 to 18 weeks and 16 to 20 weeks.