The Tesla Model 3 now takes between two and three months to reach local customers from the time of ordering. The Model S, Model X, and Model Y are currently unavailable.
Electric car maker Tesla is facing new supply constraints in Australia, as wait times blow out to three months for local customers.
While the marque currently sells four models globally, just one – the Tesla Model 3 sedan – is currently offered locally.
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