Tesla has just acquired the transport capacity to ensure that Model 3 can be delivered to the United States on December 31.
The chief executive of Tesla Inc., Elon Musk, said yesterday that model 3 ordered in the United States later this month will be delivered on December 31, since the electricity maker tries to take advantage of tax breaks. "Tesla has just acquired transportation capacity to ensure that model 3 can be delivered in the United States on December 31 if it is ordered on November 30," Musk tweeted. "Jumping rail saves more than one month for East Coast deliveries. Everything considered is better to use trucks. Individual and direct download / download to the owner's place." Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for more details about the acquisition.
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"I think it's a good move. We need a little more detail to know what kind of capacity this brings, but having truck on the road will help boost the orders," said Roth Capital Partners analyst Craig Irwin. Tesla earlier said orders placed by October 15 will be delivered by the end of the year. The manufacturer of electric cars will have until end of the year the delivery of fiscal credits of 7,500 dollars to the clients.
The credits are available for six months after a automaker arrives at 200,000 delivery marks, which Tesla reached in July. The incentives then reduce by 50 percent every six months until it fails. Tesla promised a benefit for the fourth quarter. The company said it reserved $ 189.5 million in automotive regulatory loans in its third quarter, which has contributed almost half of the profit.
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