Soooooo.......my delivery day finally came around last Tuesday, I picked up the car with no issues although no one gave me a run through or any tuition on any of the car systems. That didn't really bother me though as I was keen to get going and was planning to spend a few hours going over stuff when I got home. Anyway, I drove out and immediately LOVED the car! It was way quicker and more responsive than I had anticipated. I went about 15 miles and then all of a sudden the car started to slow down and I got a warning message saying "Power reduced" Then I got a message saying something like "Pull over - safety issue" I managed to find a safe-ish place to stop. I then got a message saying "Exiting and reentering the vehicle may restore function” but I tried this and while I could now get the car into Drive, when I pulled forward there was a weird rubbing sound. I tried it in reverse and had the same result. This is 30 minutes after having picked up the car!! Did no one drive this car to test it was working?!! I was obviously nervous of doing damage at this point so called my delivery guy who had seen me off 20 minutes previously. No answer.....I left a message. To this day he has not called me back! So, then I called Tesla. I was still in a state of disbelief so while I was on the phone I got in and out of the car again having turned it off and this time it seemed to start ok and when I pulled away it felt ok. I signed off with Tesla and drove the remaining 4 miles home. To be honest as I had not been given a run through of the cars function I was wondering if I had somehow passed a button or done something to cause the problems I had? Fast forward to the next day. I had a business colleague I wanted to show the car to. I drove a mile down the road and the same thing happened again!!! I called Tesla again and to be honest they did a good job of ordering roadside assistance although I still couldn't believe this was happening on my second day of ownership! I called an Uber for my colleague. The RA arrived within half an hour and I must say the driver was well schooled in everything Tesla and had the car up on the truck n 3 or 4 minutes. I insisted on going to the Van Nuys service center with the Driver as I wanted to make sure they understood how unacceptable this was. I was also planning to swap out the standard 18's for the 20" sports wheels so I wanted to get that done while the car was in the center if possible to at least save me a later trip. Anyway, everyone was very courteous and I couldn't really fault the service professionals but the fact remained my Model 3 was inexplicably broken and Id only driven 20 miles!! They did say they would try and take care of the replacement wheels while the car was in and would give me a break on the price if possible. The next day, Service called me basically just to say they were getting to the car that day. In fact they called me twice that day, the second time to tell me that the rear drive unit (motor) was broken! Friday they called me to say that they were working on it and they would give me a $500 credit towards the new wheels. Having said that, they said they would not be able to get the wheels for a few weeks(!) and that I would actually have to go online and order them myself as their system wouldn't allow them to order them (!) Anyway, I said that the monetary offer was disappointing given Id taken delivery of a car I'd waited forever for and had found myself in this position, I asked them to think about how else they might compensate me. I also told them I was now super nervous about what else might be wrong with a car that has such a major fault that went undetected pre delivery. Have I got a Lemon? Was it built in "The Tent"! They did later come back and also offer me a Wall Charger for free which was a decent gesture. Finally got the car back after a weekend of testing. The car was not washed or even charged!! Ive gone between being impressed with the way they've dealt with this to being super angry wanting to post my disappointment all over my social media channels and talk to some of friends in the media. Im a big Tesla fan and this has just frustrated me.