I can't speak for your local SC, but, if they're trained properly, they'll know the sequence. The simplest solution is for the FE guy to simply place the steering wheel in a perfectly centered position, lock it in place (I've seen a telescoping rod, placed tightly between the brake pedal/floor and the steering wheel) and THEN make the mechanical adjustments in the front end. It's labor intensive to align, and then remove the steering wheel and change it's position. I've seen it done both ways, but prefer the former.I just purchased my first new car in over 10 yrs (2008 Tacoma) - my steering wheel is also off-center ~4-5 degrees to the right as well. My GF didnt notice, but I instantly did and now I can't "not" notice it.
Any issues getting it resolved with the SC? Is it best to ask for steering wheel to be centered first, THEN for a realignment, or will the SC pretty know what to do to fix? I really don't want to make two trips if by centering the steering wheel it makes the car drift to the left.
Thanks! New here and excited to get used to my M3.
I'd have the SC work this out. If they fail (and...uhh...sometimes they do) it's worth it to spend the $100+ to have a qualified suspension shop do the work. There's nothing special about Tesla suspensions, and you might prefer, in the long run, saving money by creating a relationship with an indie FE/tire shop.
Hope this helps.