1. Verify all features work as intended:
This means that all the features of the car should be tested to ensure they are working properly. This includes both the standard features of the car as well as any special features that may have been ordered by the customer.
2. Check for any defects in construction:
This involves inspecting the car for any problems with the construction, such as cracks or faulty wiring.
3. Make sure the car is up to standards for sale:
The Tesla Model Y needs to meet all safety and quality standards before it can be sold to customers. This includes passing a number of inspections and tests.
4. Verify that all manuals and guides are included:
All of the manuals and guides for the Tesla Model Y should be included in the delivery package.
5. Test drive the car:
A test drive is essential to making sure that the car is functioning correctly. It also allows customers to get a feel for how the car handles on the road.
6. Inspect the exterior of the car:
The exterior of the Tesla Model Y should be inspected for any damage or defects. This includes checking for scratches, dents, and rust.
7. Inspect the interior of the car:
The interior of the Tesla Model Y should be checked for any signs of wear and tear. This includes looking at the seats, dashboard, and flooring.
8. Check the undercarriage for any damage or debris:
The undercarriage of the Tesla Model Y should be inspected for any damage or debris that may have been picked up during transport.
9. Make sure all stickers and labels are in place:
All stickers and labels on the Tesla Model Y should be in their correct positions before it is sold to customers.
10. Ensure that no tools or parts are left in the car:
Any tools or parts that were used during the assembly of the Tesla Model Y should be removed from the vehicle before it is delivered to customers. This includes things like floor mats and jack stands.