Obviously we're all just guessing but I think $5K for AWD and $10K for performance. So do you think this will impact base Model S sales?
Why make it more complicated? Anybody who currently has an invite is still queued in order of when they received their invite. Anybody with an invite can place the order for whatever option, but delivery will all depend on your place. This way they can gather $2500 from everybody who places an order.Since you can't see the Design Studio unless you're already logged on, I imagine they'd be able to batch it based on your location, owner status, etc, as flagged in their database.
Again, we'll see
Yeah, we know. You can say the same thing about white seats. And cream seats. Even easier to add, since they gotta put in seats, anyway?From the engineering review of the RWD car, all of the mounts and front suspension components are already configured to have the front motor. This is a bit of and oversimplification but all they will have to do is add the front motor assembly and associated harness and hoses and off you go.
Next year for air suspension? /cries/
I need to get a test drive before I order, I need to see if the car will get into my driveway without scraping. My Prius scrapes if I'm not careful pulling into or out of the driveway.
Who knows at this point. It could be like the Model S with a smaller rear motor for the non P and then possibly use the RWD motor for the P version.Yeah, we know. You can say the same thing about white seats. And cream seats. Even easier to add, since they gotta put in seats, anyway?
But I was also saying, then this includes the larger rear motor, perhaps? For the P-whatever?
↑Has anybody extrapolated out the total number of people that deffered waiting for LR Dual Motor & LR Performance (as opposed to SR or basemodel) based on the spreadsheet entries?
BIG LOL!!NEXT! We're going to YouTube. Sorry. These questions are so dry. They're killing me..