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So who actually has configured their P or AWD?

Discussion in 'Model 3' started by Thomas Edison, May 20, 2018.

  1. Zaphod

    Zaphod Galaxy President (former)

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    People will complain no matter what. :p Plausible reasoning I guess, but what pricing would change at this point?
     
  2. Zaphod

    Zaphod Galaxy President (former)

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    I never selected that either, but no clue if it had any bearing or not. To the best of my knowledge it shouldn't make any difference. That said, I did select it now, just in case. :p
     
  3. wanche

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    Awesome, congratulations!
     
  4. Model 3

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    My opinion is "3 LRD" - and "3 PLRD" and "3 SRD". Just like it's "S 100D" and "S P100D". Unless Tesla call it something else, I think we should be using this.
     
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  5. Gen3Joe

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    Hey thanks for clarifying. I think if the past is any indicator of what lies ahead for the Model 3 (i.e. the cars keep getting better for the same price) those who are patient will be rewarded. Once the Tesla fever grips you all rational thought goes out the window though :)
     
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  6. PeterK

    PeterK Model X & 3 Owner

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    Yep. I had an S 85 from March 2013, but went with the P90D on the X in March 2016. My justification was that the kids were growing out of the jump seats, so I needed to get the car a few months earlier... But this time I'm just waiting for AWD, not Performance.
     
  7. garsh

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    You can't get a P without LR or D, so how about just "3P"? ;)
     
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  8. MP3Mike

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    That fits with Tesla putting the selection in the battery section of the configutor as well.
     
  9. sitter_k

    sitter_k Active Member

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    M3P
    M3LRD
    M3SRD
    M3LR
    M3SR
     
  10. MP3Mike

    MP3Mike Well-Known Member

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    I think we need to avoid the whole "M3" portion since that is a BMW.

    Model 3 P
    Model 3 LRD
    Model 3 SRD
    Model 3 LR
    Model 3 SR
     
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  11. Model 3

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    And what to do when Tesla introduces Extra Long Range - ELR? or add one or two more motors - PELRQ? ;)
     
  12. MP3Mike

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    No if they add two more motors then it becomes the Model 3 MP (Maximum Plaid). ;)
     
  13. Model 3

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    No, that has only one more motor (Roadster MkII) ;) And that would be Roadster MPELR++T ;)
     
  14. masam

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    @PeterK - I just got an email from Tesla to configure the AWD/P. I was in line with you at Dedham. Hopefully you will be able to configure soon too
     
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  15. Trips

    Trips "Boring bonehead questions are not cool. Next?"

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    #5 in line in Kansas City, Central Time.

    Configured an AWD about 30 minutes ago and got the email about 10 ago. 12-16 week delivery.
     
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  16. favo

    favo P3D+ owner

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    What time did you reserve? When did the email come in? TIA
     
  17. untilcomplete

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    Email just came in 10 mins ago for awd. ordered 5 mins ago. not sure what number in line, annapolis, md around 1130. non owner.
     
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  18. masam

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    Reserved in line around 1pm on 3/31. Got the email around 7:30pm est today
    Edit - I’m a current owner if that matters anymore
     
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  19. favo

    favo P3D+ owner

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    Well, as a non-owner, I reserved at 12:30pm on 3/31 in Raleigh, so if I get invited today also, that may mean it doesn't matter anymore.
     
  20. Nathan

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    "Yes. Yes I did. :cool:
    I keep checking my Tesla account to make sure my order is still there. My order is still there. :eek:
    I thought I'd pop over here to see if anybody else was able to order. I knew @ryanjm was able to, and I see @NickHoffmann got an order in too. But seriously, I haven't heard of anybody else being able to place an order. That's insane.
    I was an early line-waiter (finished reserving 11 minutes after the store opened)."


    I posted couple of days ago in another thread. i was 3rd on the line in Brooklyn and was able to configure my AWD model 3 late afternoon on Sunday.
     

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