If Thursday night’s underwhelming Tesla Model Y reveal was in any way supposed to distract analysts and the company’s critics from its cash balances, it failed. Worse, the fact that the car won’t be delivered to customers for another year and a half had analysts and some in the media, like Bloomberg’s Dana Hull, noting “rekindled concerns about the company’s cash position.”
The Model Y is set to start being delivered in the Fall of 2020, which is later than some analysts expected. And in a sign that Tesla is increasingly liquidity-constrained, the company started taking $2,500 pre-orders, more than twice the $1,000 it asked for to reserve a Model 3.
Interestingly, one Twitter sleuth noted that the $2,500 isn’t technically a deposit, but
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