I know there's a lot of things to sort out on the car yet, but how could we NOT have production of Model 3's by the end of 2017? We already have driveable prototypes. The battery and drivetrain and autopilot technology is already mostly in place. The new 20700 cells are already being worked on, and I wouldn't be surprised if they are being produced now. Lots of interior design needs to be finalized, and suppliers arranged for all that. The assembly lines need to be set up, the robots programmed, the metal stamping tools all made for high production life. And a lot of other things. But even so, we have over a year to do this. A YEAR!!! YEAR!!! And even after the YEAR, we still have another 6 months to go and still be able to have cars made in 2017. And since pre-order demand is so high, I'm sure all parts of Tesla are running full speed to get things going as quickly as they can. How could we NOT have cars being delivered in 2017? If Tesla started making them in 2017, but did not deliver until January 2, 2018 for tax and $7500 rebate reasons, I can see that, but the cars would still be being built in 2017.