Is there anything on the 2nd row seats when you pushed the button? One click should tilt the seats and free to move forward.
On the 3rd row button, first push folds the headrest, second push folds the seats.
Button behind the seat is for ingress/egress for 3rd row. If you want the seat to fold down, you lift the lever on the side. If you want the seat to move forward/backward, you lift the lever on the bottom of the seat.
The 3rd row in the Model X 7 seater has always been the dark corner. You can’t see out front and it makes people very uncomfortable in longer rides. You can bet that picture is 100% real, which is the same configuration as the current 7 seater. Go ahead and change to the 6 seater.
Hard to believe they are still learning the refreshed X. It really isn’t a new car. It’s essentially the same car exterior wise from 2015, including the FWD, where most complaints came from about misalignment. All panels are same as before so why are they still facing panel gap issues. Do we...
You can tell from the picture with the car seats on previous page that the carpet has no cut out for the sliding mechanism like the 7 seaters do. So, the current 5 seaters is the exact same configuration as the pre-refresh 5 seaters. 60/40 split, no arm rest, no sliding.
If they can produce 5 and 6 then they can do 7. As for outsourced bench seats, what sane company or manufacturer can’t produce ANYTHING for this long? With reduced capacity, low output, parts shortage (not outage), a factory can still pump out SOMETHING by now right?
It pretty much means nothing. That’s why all the EDD movement talks are just waste of space. The real deal is when someone posts a VIN, even though even that can still be removed but that’s an actual movement.
People were offered “guaranteed delivery before end of year” last year by switching to 6 seats. It did not go well for many people. In fact, many still have not received their cars today.
No one can tell you anything here if you will get delivery sooner. No one knows anything, including Tesla...
Pretty sure people have posted a long checklist which you can go through, not sure if applicable to 2022 model but shouldn’t be much diff:
You should’ve realized by now Tesla doesn’t go by order date. You could’ve ordered a Plaid last year and still waiting while your neighbor who ordered 2 weeks ago is taking delivery, with the same spec. Welcome to Tesla.
Who cares. People do what they want with their money. If it was me, I'd put PPF, ceramic coat, and then another PPF to protect the ceramic coat, and then another coat on top of the 2nd PPF because you know, it's always done together. Oh wait..
That’s right. It looks like I’ll be getting new lights, charge port, and who knows what else maybe new body style, new cell, more range, new lights 3.0, new wheels, new steering wheel, new color, new seats, new motors, new lights 4.0.
It’s crazy how l’ve seen at least 5 refreshed X in my area in SoCal around Palos Verdes/Torrance in the past few weeks. I know a lot of SpaceX employees live around here not sure if they get theirs faster?
True yes, but many people buying new want the latest and greatest. Otherwise they buy used. For the lights, the release is imminent, and might be worth delaying for because the current lights are pretty weak and outdated.
The next time you upgrade, the FOMO happens again. It’s a never ending...
The refresh X currently being delivered does not have the matrix LED yet. They've shown pre-production cars with the matrix light in Taiwan, but they are NOT in production yet. When they will come w/ the new cars is anyone's guess.
MP3Mike is correct. You do not own the leased vehicle and Tesla has the right to refuse to sell to 3rd parties, and at any price they want to 3rd parties. In that case you’d just have to do the buyout yourself and sell it to the dealer afterwards and depends on which state you are in there are...
Leave them alone. You get 10 pages of people saying their EDD pushed another month, 10 pages of replies saying theirs didn't, some replies likes yours saying who cares, then another 20 pages of replies saying they care about all those replies, then another 10 pages of replies saying their EDD...