It's 2022, and the Tesla Model 3 has undergone various redesigns.

Tesla continues to tease when the new Roadster and Cybertruck are available.

The Tesla Model Y has avoided the Australian market for a long time, and it was initially scheduled to arrive in 2021.

Even though it was a year late, there is now speculation that the Tesla Model Y will be delayed once more.

The main reason is that one of its Shanghai facilities is experiencing supply constraints.

Is the Tesla Model Y doomed to never arrive in Australia? Will it continue to elude our country indefinitely?

The current word is "the earliest in 2022," yet it's already May, but it has been deferred once.

Furthermore, the Model Y outsells the Model 3 in both the United States and China, while Australians are still ordering the Model 3.