Switzerland has the best with Tesla. As already noted in August, those specified in the component Delivery times for Model 3 and Model Y are sometimes much shorter than in other European countriesAnd this week there were dozens of both electric vehicles in stock quickly available to the country. The reasons for this preference are unknown — but they persist: Tesla is now publicly offering the Model Y in the new Quicksilver color in Switzerland for the first time, which should initially only be available for the Model Y from German Gigafactory.
New Tesla color at the Swiss show
Longtime Tesla CEO Elon Musk pointed out new colors especially from the electric car plant in Grünheide near Berlin. He wrote in April 2020 that he will have the most modern paint shop in the world, which will make it possible to create more layers and therefore more impressive effects. As series production began in March, he initially only had a Model Y in black and then white. . But in the middle of October Tesla has already introduced two new tones, Midnight Cherry Red and Quicksilver In the configuration, replacing the previous red and silver-gray colors.
Since then, the Model Y can be ordered in these two colors for a higher additional fee of €3,000 or €3,200 (which apparently has not been increased for existing orders). According to Tesla, the first will be delivered in Quicksilver in 2022 and Midnight Cherry Red from 2023. At least one Model Y in the new silver color was presented by Tesla at the Auto Zurich trade show in Switzerland.
Even the fact that Tesla is represented there is not at all unusual. While the company for the current import exhibition In China everything including Optimus robot and Blade electric cars It is seldom seen in the West at such events. However, at the 35th edition of the Zurich Motor Show, Tesla was officially included in the list of exhibitors and at least an excerpt from its program was shown. And since YouTube’s Vision E Drive channel was the first to introduce on Wednesday, part of it is the Silver Model Y in Berlin (see photo above).
Model Y in Quicksilver next to Model 3
The discovery is part of a live tour of the exhibition. Next to the Model Y in Quicksilver is the Model 3 in gray whose predecessor is Midnight Silver Metallic. Another innovation in the electric car from Germany’s Gigafactory is the lack of ultrasonic sensors, which can still be seen alongside the Model 3, the broker explains and explains. He hopes so Tesla is replacing its function with cameras as planned Can, but also skeptical in this light. He doesn’t have much to say about the new paint job other than that it is as high quality as the rest of the Model Y from the German factory. You will soon be able to see it for yourself on the streets of Europe – or even on a Sunday in Zurich.
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