Good luck. Mines was in the body shop 5 weeks. Almost the entire car was repainted and all now match. Mines getting PPF now.So just a quick update on this...
Took my Tesla in earlier this week, they inspected the car and after about 30 minutes the tech came out and said that they had multiple cars come back and it's been heavily documented. He told me that he had high confidence Tesla would approve the repair, and within 24 hours I received call that it was!
They told me they would repaint the two doors and front fender to match the rest of the paint. I will be dropping it off in two weeks, I'll let you guys know how it goes!
No competition now. Even the VW IDs which look nice are not AWD. Toyota EVs 3+ years away. They know this. They know they need to up their game on QA issues.My 2012 Prius that was $22k has perfect pearl white paint. My 2018 Outback that was $30k has perfect pearl white paint. My Y that is currently on order for $56k will have perfect pearl white paint regardless of how many I need to reject. Tesla needs to get their head out of their ass and learn how to paint a car. People need to quit compromising on quality.
Happy to report my 2nd VIN was pretty much perfect. Huge improvement between VINs 11K and 26K.
The car has no paint or feature issues. Even the back seats were straight without the step issue. I literally stared at the panels for an hour before taking delivery.
Yours looks pretty good to me. It's not unusual for paint to look different colors from different angles.