Ship loaded with RHD Model 3s has left New Zealand, soon to arrive in Australia
The vehicle transport vessel named ‘CAP CAPRICORN’ carrying Right-Hand-Drive Tesla Model 3 electric vehicles for the New Zealand and Australia reached the Ports of Auckland yesterday and is now headed towards Sydney to roll-off.
We earlier reported that 1,000 in June and thousands of RHD Model 3s have been gathering at the Port of San Francisco since earlier this month, now the aforementioned ship is going to reach the Sydney Harbour on coming Friday.
Tesla customers with Model 3 orders from both Australia and New Zealand started receiving emails from the automaker since the start of this month indicating deliveries happening within a few weeks, now with the vessel carrying the most awaited car is just days away from starting to unload for the Aussies.
Looks like the Tesla Model 3 owners from New Zealand will be getting the deliveries before their Aussie brothers, a thing to brag about in Tesla communities across the entire social media sphere.
As we can see in the featured image above (by Clinton via Tesla Owners Club of Australia) that two RHD Tesla Model 3s have been dispatched to Tesla Brisbane as test-drive vehicles, so that the owners and potential customers can experience the Model 3 first-hand.
Wall Street’s ‘No Demand’ narrative is dying a slow death as we’re seeing more and more people converting to Tesla and electric vehicles around the globe — the demand for Teslas is growing each day, thanks to the start of Model 3 deliveries around the world.
The Pier 80 of the Port of San Francisco is currently really busy loading Tesla Model 3s on ships one by one, while yesterday the Glovis Cosmos was loading at the port, another ship named Glovis Courage reached there to share the Tesla global delivery load — meanwhile Glovis Champion is on its way to meet the RHD Model 3 demand from the United Kingdom.
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