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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by dethman, Jul 4, 2018.
Saw 4 transports filled with m3s at hollister supercharger headed east...
Hey nice Peterbilts!
My guess is only long distance get wrapped. I was by the factory this past week and out of 9 truck loads I only saw a couple trailers with wraps.
None of them are red that I can see, so mine isn't there.
Blue could be mine. Ordered Friday and received an e-mail from the delivery specialist yesterday to send money.
Why would they be headed East from Hollister? Certainly not going far (otherwise they'd be on I-80).
Why are the first 2 on top backward? Pretty even F/R weight distribution so i don't see that as an issue. Wind tested low CD going forward, would not expect it to be as aero in reverse.
My cousin just saw those yesterday and sent me pictures
Be on the lookout for red brake calipers, then we know Performance vehicles are starting to be delivered.
That would make sense except I see a transporter parked in front of a local OfficeMax with a full load of Teslas. Here's my photos from a couple of months ago:
Found a LOT of Model 3's in a Tesla lot - Pictures inside
The last several loads a Teslas have had almost all vehicles in a full wrap with the exception of part of the front windshield and side windows. They all have looked like Model 3s. The driver parks here overnight at least twice a week; sometimes with other brands of newer cars and used cars as well. He/she can't be going more than a day's drive away to be parked here all that often. If by long distance you mean Bay Area to LA and back, then that's possible with the schedule I see from this trailer.
Where are all the red Model 3's?
No red or white … those will become rarer with the price increase