- Right Hand Drive Tesla Model Y spotted across the UK
- The RHD Models may have been imported from China
- The Tesla Model Y will enter local production in Germany later in 2022
News has been spreading across Europe for the last several months that the Tesla Model Y – thanks to import from Tesla’s plant in China – but not yet in the UK, which, unlike the rest of the continent, uses right-hand drive (RHD) cars. According to the Twitter posts by some Netizens, the RHD Tesla Model Y has finally arrived. Its initial customers have received information for deliveries and test drives. Here are the pictures shared by Drew Post and Tesla Owner UK on Twitter.
(Twitter Post: https://twitter.com/drewpost/status/1479728312595398662)
But it is likely that the cars with the AMD Ryzen chip, a lithium-ion auxiliary battery, and other updates that were applied in China, were spotted in some cars in the U.S.
Considering that Tesla Model 3 is the best selling in the UK and the second-best-selling model overall in 2021, Tesla Model Y might also leave a powerful impact on the market.
According to some industry members, in the latter part of 2022, the Tesla Model Y will enter local production in Germany. This step will significantly improve the supply of vehicles in Europe.