I haven't ordered mine yet, but the Austin guy (who was wrong on A LOT of things. Ha ha) said with 90% certainty that I could get delivery before Dec 31st, since they're getting built now for the US. Is that true? That'd be a 2021 M3 LR in white/white.
By the way, the free 1,000 supercharger miles are about 3 'tanks' on the LR, so what: Maybe $60 max? It's not that much. But I'd use that on a single ELP-Austin trip. How long do you have to use them? And can you get an additional 1,000 referral miles on top of that? Just curious. Thanks.
just so people know, apparently if you are NOT a first time Tesla buyer you will NOT get the 1 year free supercharging promotion..... it is for 1st time buyer ONLY. apparently... just to be clear....
I know, this is what I asked. im waiting for my contact to confirm this or not. however my SA and his manager *apparently* stated thats what's on their internal memo. now with Tesla, anything is possible.How does that even make sense for them to do that? You get punished for buying multiple cars from them?
I can agree that it would make sense. however, again with Tesla, anything is possible. AGAIN, I dont believe it. im just passing along what my SA here in the states stated. once I hear from my contact confirming I will update here.It doesn't and it's not true either.
Hey....I haven't visited a Supercharger in a while, but is there any way to confirm this was applied? I have been looking around in the app and in my account for some evidence of this, but have yet to find it. Maybe I'm not looking in the right spot? Or maybe I just have to go plug in at a Supercharger and see what it says?
Log into your tesla.com account and select car details from your account. You will see that Supercharging is listed with an expiration date. I hate that they App doesn't have all the info for your account and you need to check the website for some stuff. I'm covered until Jan 1, 2022