After dropping my loaner back off today, I learned that this service center sold out their entire fleet of loaner cars in 2 days over this past weekend. Mine is the last one and only loaner they have left. It sounded to me that this was pretty much across the board at all the service centers. The reason is because of a new option when ordering your car that they just made within the last week or so. After configuring your order, you are given a list of similarly configured loaners at the service centers. You have the option to purchase one of these outright. I guess what they didn't expect (or perhaps they did), is that EVERYONE is selecting a loaner car to get there car ASAP instead of waiting for a new one. In 2 days their entire fleet was sold. They were actually even calling people who were driving the loaners to bring them back because they were now sold to a new owner. Again these were ALL *new* owners (not existing people upgrading). By doing this, they are also getting a sharp increase in sales for this quarter (expect their sales numbers to be really high). This also explains the huge P85 price increase last month. Since the loaner fleet is entirely P85 vehicles, and the 'loaners cars' were being sold at a discount since they are not exactly "brand new" (might have a few hundred miles on them, etc), by increasing the price of an optioned out P85 by $20k, they still get to keep their margins up (that's 100% profit for them over the previous price they were selling them at) and people just seem to be buying out the loaner vehicles since they are "almost brand new", at a discount, they still get the rebate, and they can get it TODAY instead of waiting. Two side effects that I speculate about 1) sales might go down next quarter relative to this quarter (as sales numbers this quarter will be high due people ordering who would have gotten their vehicle next quarter are instead getting them this quarter), but then again now deliveries are up in other parts of the world so this point is probably moot. 2) now there are no loaner vehicles. I suspect current owners will be unhappy about not getting a Tesla loaner now (I'm guessing they'll just give out ICE loaners since most of not all of the service centers are probably completely sold out). It'll take them a while to repopulate that loaner fleet.