Welcome to Tesla Motors Club
Discuss Tesla's Model S, Model 3, Model X, Model Y, Cybertruck, Roadster and More.
Register

Has anyone received a 100D?

bob_p

Active Member
Apr 5, 2012
3,691
2,804
We ordered a 100D on the first day. It's been built and should be at the local Service Center early next week.

But, we've been told there may be a delay before we can pick it up. Since we're planning to trade-in our ICE, and the trade-in quotes only last a week, we haven't even started the process for finalizing the trade-in price. So this delay could be longer than a few days.

Has anyone accepted delivery of a 100D yet?
 

bob_p

Active Member
Apr 5, 2012
3,691
2,804
Bumping this one. Since no one has replied, it looks like no one has yet received a 100D...

Hopefully this week...
 

bob_p

Active Member
Apr 5, 2012
3,691
2,804
That car is available for purchase through the website, with a VIN slightly higher than our S 100D.

Still looking for someone who actually has taken delivery of a 100D.
 

bob_p

Active Member
Apr 5, 2012
3,691
2,804
The 100D is a different configuration than the P100D.

Tesla started taking orders for the 100D a month ago - so it's possible no 100D's have been delivered yet.
 

bob_p

Active Member
Apr 5, 2012
3,691
2,804
It doesn't appear anyone else has received a 100D yet.

Heard from our DS that even though our car should be at the Service Center on Monday or Tuesday this week, the car may not be released for delivery until sometime in March.

Has anyone else heard this from their DS?
 

Pinot.Noir

Member
Feb 28, 2014
773
864
Livermore, CA
Could be that Tesla doesn't want one out until they have depleted the 90D's currently in production. Once the 100D hits the street then the true 0-60 time will become known, and that could impact 90D orders. Just my theory.
 

boonedocks

MS LR Blk/Blk 19” FSD OD-1/1/21 RN#1143376 NO Date
May 1, 2015
2,802
4,265
Gainesville GA
Or that, as Jason Hughes WK057 has reported, the 100kWh battery actually has ~17% more capacity than one would expect from the math saying ~11% which is quite a difference for $3,000
 

Pinot.Noir

Member
Feb 28, 2014
773
864
Livermore, CA
Based on the range differential between the 90D and the 100D it appears it's a 14% increase versus 11%. Of course, the additional battery weight could bump that 14% to 17%.
 

brkaus

Well-Known Member
Jul 8, 2014
7,743
6,275
Austin, TX
Or that, as Jason Hughes WK057 has reported, the 100kWh battery actually has ~17% more capacity than one would expect from the math saying ~11% which is quite a difference for $3,000

But that has been already determined, so no reason to hold onto already built cars. They already pretty much say it with the increased EPA range.
 

Niclas

Member
Jun 26, 2014
116
5
NY
Could be that Tesla doesn't want one out until they have depleted the 90D's currently in production. Once the 100D hits the street then the true 0-60 time will become known, and that could impact 90D orders. Just my theory.

Well, since the real world 0-60 of the 85/90D is 3.8s without rollout, it would not be surprising if the 100D is just as fast and the official time stated on the website would be 3.8 (however still the same ad the 90D). Tesla has the ability to play with performance numbers quite a bit.
 

dhcp

Member
Oct 15, 2016
297
222
San Mateo, CA
Well, since the real world 0-60 of the 85/90D is 3.8s without rollout, it would not be surprising if the 100D is just as fast and the official time stated on the website would be 3.8 (however still the same ad the 90D). Tesla has the ability to play with performance numbers quite a bit.

Is that the true actual 0-60 time for an 85D? I have one and a vbox and I'm not a pro driver but I've never gotten it faster than 4.2sec.
 

wdolson

Supporting Member
Jul 24, 2015
7,556
10,097
Clark Co, WA
Could be that Tesla doesn't want one out until they have depleted the 90D's currently in production. Once the 100D hits the street then the true 0-60 time will become known, and that could impact 90D orders. Just my theory.

I don't think the 100D buyer is buying primarily for 0-60 times. Those who want really fast 0-60 times are looking at the P100D. I wanted better performance than a typical hybrid, but I really don't care if my car is 5s 0-60 or 4s. The reason I got a 90D is I wanted the best range available and that would probably be the factor that drives people to buy the 100D over the 90D. A 14% increase in range for only $3000 is a bargain compared to previous battery upgrades.
 

DÆrik

Member
Feb 14, 2016
585
901
Colorado
It doesn't appear anyone else has received a 100D yet.

Heard from our DS that even though our car should be at the Service Center on Monday or Tuesday this week, the car may not be released for delivery until sometime in March.

Has anyone else heard this from their DS?

There is a possibility is has something a little extra causing a slight delay. :) Perhaps a heads up display and they don't want them in the wild until March after an announcement?! *Nice to dream*

Thanks Erik
 

Sonny Daze

Member
Oct 21, 2016
954
1,047
DC
It doesn't appear anyone else has received a 100D yet.

Heard from our DS that even though our car should be at the Service Center on Monday or Tuesday this week, the car may not be released for delivery until sometime in March.

Has anyone else heard this from their DS?
I like the response from @DÆrik but if I recall correctly this happened with the P100D too because there was some regulatory paperwork for the new model that hadn't been completed yet (or something of that nature).
 

About Us

Formed in 2006, Tesla Motors Club (TMC) was the first independent online Tesla community. Today it remains the largest and most dynamic community of Tesla enthusiasts. Learn more.

Do you value your experience at TMC? Consider becoming a Supporting Member of Tesla Motors Club. As a thank you for your contribution, you'll get nearly no ads in the Community and Groups sections. Additional perks are available depending on the level of contribution. Please visit the Account Upgrades page for more details.


SUPPORT TMC
Top