Hello all, Long time viewer, first time poster, just want to thank you all for making the wait a little easier with all your photos and information over the last just about two years now! Let me preface this with I have no new information, just a unique sighting and another positive opinion on the car that a lot of us are all so patiently awaiting. I live in Halifax, Nova Scotia. It's way over on the east coast of Canada so you can imagine that even with a pre-event online order, as a non-owner I'm still very low on the priority list to get a Model 3 in North America. There are also very few Tesla's in the province but nothing crazy. I didn't think I'd see a Model 3 (after years of researching and following the company) until either a trip to California in the summer or an official viewing by Tesla in Montreal (the closest store to me, two provinces over). HOWEVER, I was on reddit yesterday morning and saw this: In shock, I jumped in my car and went searching. Conveniently that photo was taken a block from my house (Halifax is small). Sadly it wasn't there but a kind redditor sent me a private message with an updated location a couple blocks over. I rushed over and found it. Here are the photos I took, the VIN, and a very informal rough comparison in size to my 2011 BMW 328xi. I've got to say, those of you who have seen the car weren't lying, pictures do not do it justice. It's a very pretty car in person. It's near perfect size for me personally and where it looks awkwardly proportioned in photos from some angles, all of that is gone in person. And the steering wheel looks like a beautiful size! Overall, this unicorn sighting was incredible and wow the wait just got a lot harder. I want one! I didn't get to speak to the driver as I had to go back to work but my only guess for an engineer being here (aside from the testing) would be to meet with Dr. Jeff Dahn who works with Dalhouse University (a block from where I found the Model 3) who is working on battery tech with Tesla. Tesla Motors signs first Canadian university research agreement with Dalhousie University Thanks for reading!