A Tesla Semi model has actually been found being utilized by the automaker to deliver cars throughout its end-of-the-quarter delivery push.
CEO Elon Musk even said sorry to customers for pushing some delivery dates and thanked transportation partners for doing whatever they can in these difficult times.
Tesla is having problems moving cars through rail yards and trucking companies who are running under challenging scenarios amid the global pandemic.
We reported previously this week that Tesla is having logistics concerns when it concerns getting 8,000 to 10,000 cars in transit to clients in North America prior to the end of the quarter.
The car manufacturer is now even using a Tesla Semi model to assist deliver its vehicles at the end of the quarter:
Alex, who found the lorry previously today, told Electrek that he spotted the Tesla Semi near Fremont factory as the truck was entrusting to new automobiles– presumably to move them to other Tesla areas for deliveries to clients.
Found the #Tesla semi on the road in Fremont today with a trailer loaded with Tesla automobiles. Extremely cool! pic.twitter.com/gZjHVZ5OXn
— Alex (@Westy543) June 26, 2020
The automaker wants to benefit from the electrical truck to lower its transportation expense and emissions in its logistic operations.
Tesla has always stated that it would be one of its very first own customers when it comes to Tesla Semi.
Tesla Semi was very first supposed to strike the marketplace in 2019, but it has actually been postponed several times.
Just recently, Musk said that “its time to bring Tesla Semi to volume production” and things are finally anticipated to move much faster.
Tesla is no exception and its coming at a tough time for the business as it is trying to provide as lots of lorries by the end of the quarter in order to improve its financials for the Q2 profits.
Its in fact not the very first time that Tesla utilized Tesla Semi prototypes to deliver cars. Elon even tweeted a photo of it in 2015.
Theres something actually cool about providing electrical cars with an electric automobile.
This quarter, it may not just be a photo-op. Tesla might actually require the transportation capability and every truck counts.
As we reported the other day, Teslas capability to provide the vehicles presently in transit in North America in the next couple of days is going to make a massive difference for the quarter.
The whole trucking and rail industry now is having to adapt to this new reality and a number of business are having capability problems.
If a Tesla Semi model can assist provide a few more, why not?
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