This reminds me of the first showroom Model X I looked at closely back in mid 2017 which had some very poor fitting body panels. But the handful of later cars I've inspected (3 or 4 examples at the Tesla showroom - late 2017) and my own car (Feb 18) are a whole lot better. Still not perfect (I have a very minor alignment issue with my passenger side FWD), but nothing I would be concerned about. Speaking to the local SC guys they are saying that delivery faults are much fewer than they were less than 12 months ago and usually less serious. I still don't think the panel fits are up to the standard of premium German cars, but they're not the disaster that they once were. The door panel fit and paint quality on our Nissan Qashqai is not as good as our Model X for example. Obviously the Qashqai is a £25K car, but Japanese build quality is often considered a good benchmark. Aluminium is also more challenging to work with than steel too, so combined with the complex FWDs, Tesla made the whole panel fit thing about as difficult as they could have for themselves!