Tesla unveils the Model S plaid, scheduled for June 3

Since 2019, Tesla has been teasing Tesla’s ultra-fast Model S plaid and is finally ready to make a public appearance. Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced on Twitter on Thursday that the company will hold a “delivery event” at its Fremont, California plant on June 3, although it is not yet Know when Tesla plans to deliver it to customers. And, when can we expect to see the checkered version of Model X still silent.

For those who don’t know, Tesla already has an event scheduled for June 3. This has to do with releasing the Model S plaid, which appears to mark official shipments of the updated Model S. But Tesla fans and car owners believe the event can bring more.

As you can see in the video, the Fremont plant looks like a new Model S vehicle growing up. This video is from YouTuber Gabeincal, who frequently posts drone flights at the Fremont factory. Teslarati shared it, and there are even articles suggesting that these cars will be ready to ship next week.

This video shows Tesla started shipping updated Model S cars from the factory. Another footage shows Tesla employees working in different areas around the plant that makes Model S cars.

Tesla did not produce a Model S or Model X in the first quarter of 2021. It’s hard to estimate how many updated flagships will be made and shipped in the last month of Q2 2021, but Production is underway, and delivery appears to be imminent.