I read the thread about how the rebate expires, but was wondering about tesla's production history. I'm late to the ballgame -- just preordered last night, so I'm probably close to #399,999. I live on the East Coast, so that puts me towards the back of the line to begin with. Luckily though, people can cancel their preorder at any time, so maybe 2-5% either find out it's not really a 35K car when you add in the options most people want...2 years is a long time before these start hitting the road, so a lot can happen. Plus another 15% of preorders could belong to other countries, which get lower priority than those of us in the USA. And maybe my car will have higher specs than another 20% of those in my region and be built earlier. So lets say 256,000 people are ahead of me in line. If a Model 3 breaks the mark where the rebates start getting phased out, is there any chance they pump out 250,000+ of these cars within 6 months of the first car hitting the road?