OK, now I stand corrected if this is true. Kind of surprising that it's coming this quickly. Tesla contacts Model X 'Refresh' orderers with delivery date range
Did you get a delivery date assigned after credit application?
Nothing. And now radio silence as far as delivery dates. Not sure why they were pushing completion of the credit application if deliveries were going to be delayed. I’m taking my model 3 in for maintenance Saturday and will press them on delivery updates.
No one knows except Elon and a small group of folks at Fremont. The SAs and others certainly don’t know.I talked to someone at Washington Square today and they said it was going to most likely be a lot longer than June.
In regards to prioritization, no way that January orders get first delivery unless you’re referring to previously made orders before the redesign was announced that had to “reconfirm” their order (and accept the price increase). There were a fair number of people that had orders in October / November / December that were obviously never filled. Those will definitely have priority, but order date is only one element. Tesla also incorporates delivery lead times and that’s why orders from the Bay Area always have come first. Tesla calculates out how the time for shipment and delivery to maximize deliveries within a financial reporting period. First comes the month, then comes the quarter, and lastly comes the year.Test drove a Y yesterday. Nice car, but not an X. So I will likely order an X.
FWIW, the guy at the SC said they are starting production sometime in April/May, with deliveries starting in June. First cars would go to people that had January deliveries. He thought July/August would be a reasonable estimate if one ordered today. He said we could do a month-to-month extension on our lease, but since we have a 2020 M3LR we might just turn in the X75 in June and go down to one car for the first time in 30+ years.