Tesla seriously considering close orders for some popular models, including the Model 3. Waiting time error. By freezing orders for a few months, the automaker can rebalance consumer demand with current production capabilities.

There is nothing for the last minute. Elon Musk alluded to the hypothesis of suspend reservations of some cars during a recent interview with the Financial Times.

The biggest problems concern the US market, where waiting times for some models are more than 12 months. They are true for the Model 3, where the customer who books today runs the risk of receiving the car in late 2022 or even early 2023. Another story for the Model Y, where first deliveries are scheduled for February-May 2023. In short, exactly one year from now. In Italy – and more generally in Europe – delivery times have been relaxed.

There is also the problem of rising costs of raw materials and components. Long waiting times are never good news for a car manufacturer, who runs the risk of committing themselves to delivering cars at intervals of several months, ie when production costs can be significantly higher than when ordered.

Tesla recalls more than 130,000 cars

Meanwhile, writes The Verge, Tesla recently had to recall of more than 130 thousand cars The recall affects the 2022 Tesla Model 3 and Model Y, as well as the 2021 and 2022 Model X and Model S. The issues relate to the infotainment CPU, which is said to have a tendency to Overheating when the car is being charged via a fast charging station. When the CPU overheats, the infotainment screen turns completely white and does not respond to user commands.

Since some of the newer Teslas, such as the new Model S, set the driving mode automatically (allowing you to manually adjust it only from the screen), screen malfunction is likely to pose significant safety risks.

Source: Lega Nerd

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