Tesla Refutes Rumored Arrival of Model Y Project Juniper for This Year

Model Y overhaul delayed, or is there a hidden agenda?

A recent post by @teslascope on X contradicts an earlier report stating that the revamped Tesla Model Y, known as Project Juniper, would be launching in our country later this year.

In a recent post, Tesla informed delivery advisors of the following statement: “It is crucial that we maintain transparency in our communication and clarify that there will be no refresh for the Model Y launching this year.”

It is likely that the highly anticipated Tesla Model Y will make its way to American shores in the beginning of next year. However, similar to the Tesla Model 3’s updated design, countries such as Europe and China seem to be at the forefront of receiving the revamped midsize SUV initially.

We can confirm that a refresh of the Model Y is not currently planned for this year in North America. This means that now is the ideal time to buy a @Tesla car! The company has informed their delivery advisors to pass along this message to customers who inquire about a potential update for the vehicle. pic.twitter.com/8DWpogUEdb

It appears that Tesla is either not prepared to release the refreshed vehicle in the United States this year, or they still have a significant amount of unsold vehicles to sell. In light of this situation, the car company is now providing a $1,000 reduction in price for the base Rear-Wheel Drive and mid-range Long Trim models until the end of the month.

Tesla highlights that customers can receive a $7,500 tax break when purchasing any of their EV offerings: RWD, Long Range, and Performance models. The Model Y stands out as one of the limited electric vehicle options that still qualify for this benefit, alongside the Tesla Model X, Volkswagen ID.4, and Ford F-150 Lightning. Additionally, the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid has been added to the roster as the sole plug-in hybrid vehicle eligible for the full credit.

The Long Range version provides a whopping 310 miles of range. Despite the fact that the complete details of the fresh Model Y have yet to be disclosed, it is anticipated that the compact SUV will boast a sleeker appearance akin to the updated Model 3. This enhancement is expected to enhance the electric vehicle’s aerodynamic capabilities, resulting in a further increase in the range.

The year has begun with great enthusiasm for the Tesla Model Y, as it claimed the title of the top-selling model worldwide in the previous year, surpassing long-standing volume leaders like Toyota’s RAV4 and Corolla, as reported by JATO Dynamics. Such a feat only adds to its already impressive demand, making it unlikely that Tesla will face any difficulties in finding buyers this year, even without any major cosmetic changes.

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