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And any other options they can think of such as performance option to push in front of the base SR.Which implies that they are only going to do SR when they've completed all first production and AWD reservations (just like is happening with owner reservations).
Your dates are very interesting compared to mine. Probably earlier than mine due to California. I'm in North Carolina.First production - Jun-Aug 2018
Standard Battery - Early 2019
Dual Motor AWD - Late 2018
Just because it doesn't show a difference doesn't mean that there isn't one. I'd be willing to bet that as that time comes around the earlier reservations will see a difference in their dates.It also shows that there is little to no value in having a reservation. A day 2 non-owner reservation from two years ago shows early 2019 as the availability date for SR. Same as someone reserving a couple of weeks ago.
None of that is correct. They can't give cars to people they aren't making.I don't trust those numbers. This i
s not simple pessimism. This is based on what we know today:
All employee orders for SR/AWD variants need to filled.
Ditto for investor SR/AWD orders.
Ditto for 2008-2017 owners with SR/AWD orders.
Many of these are also dual orders. Both must be filled.
And as we know now, all 2018 Tesla S/X buyers orders have to also be filled first as well.
Now the biggie:
And 1/2 the legacy and 2018 S/X market is export, these also have to be filled.
So there is perhaps as many as 50,000 unfilled Legacy orders, and an unknown number 2018 S/X orders to filled prior to the start of the non-owner line waiters. Current production is 500 cars a week. If it were higher, it is very likely something would have appeared in a press release.
And I don't need to mention non-owners have received 2 bumps, with the second bump not being realistic. ALL the SR orders will be filled Late 2018 Early 2019 for all the non-owners? Really?
None of that is correct. They can't give cars to people they aren't making.
And out of country owners aren't getting cars before most US reservations.
You know how I know this. Tesla is telling us this, and has told us this for 2 years, verbally, and through estimates.
Also, Tesla would release higher production via press release? No. They never have outside earnings releases, and quarterly numbers.
What delivery dates are new NON-owner reservations seeing? Anytime within the last few months can count as new.
Interested to see if there are any dates reported later than early 2019.
Which implies that they are only going to do SR when they've completed all first production and AWD reservations (just like is happening with owner reservations).
Exactly.Based on the above: If you reserve today (put your $1000 deposit down) and you will take LR + PUP you will get your car before some one who camped out on March 31st 2016 who wants a short range car.