Tesla FAQs confirm early 2019 for the right hand drive model 3’s. This is very disappointing. I was expecting Sept 2018 which is still 2 and a half years but come on. March 31 2016 to March 2019?! When cars are being delivered everywhere else in the world from July 2017! They’re talking about 5000 cars a week this year. 20,000 a month. By July next year at predicted build rates they would have been able to deliver maybe 200,000 cars. So effectively half way through the pre-orders. Where’s the right hand drive love? They’re seriously thinking they’ll deliver 400,000 LHD cars and then squeeze out some RHD vehicles? Disappointing. It also gives a lot of other manufacturers who are skilled at mixed LHD and RHD production lines a chance to ramp up and get into those markets. The Hyundai ionic when we finally get it here has some pretty good range and we’re seeing lots of positive reviews. It’s close to the model 3 base models range. Love to support Tesla because i love them as a Company and back their mission but I’ll be looking at a second hand Model S or potentially something else if it presents a solid alternative. Buying a second hand model S doesn’t really help Tesla with new cars sales stats. It’s really a sale lost as I won’t buy a 3 if I get a second hand S. A sale lost then.