It is clear Tesla's "First Production" will be the extended range, single motor and with the premium upgrade bringing the First Production starting price to $50,000 (with delivery fee). My educated guess is they will fulfill all the orders in the USA (West coast to east coast) before starting a 2nd production run. I do not think they will fulfill any orders outside of the USA prior to a 2nd production run. My question is, what will the second production run be? I personally want the extended range M3, WITHOUT the premium upgrade. My hope is this will be the 2nd batch of cars they make, since its starting price of $45k would be the next highest possible. I would think they will then once again go from West Coast to East coast on a 2nd production run before starting a 3rd batch of cars which would be the 220 mile $35,000 option. Might squeeze a $40k list price in there of the small battery with the premium upgrade as well. Do we know how many production lines they will have up and running? I guess one thought is they have everyone working on 1 or 2 lines and then keep 1 line going with the "First Production" configuration until all of those orders are fulfilled in the world.(outside of right sided driving). That certainly would maximize the profits and keep the line running, untouched for months, if not years. Then Tesla could start a second, 3rd, 4th...ect line that would be focused on the other configurations. More than anything the answers to these questions and how Tesla will navigate "Production Hell" will give us a better idea of when we are going to get the car we want. I wish Tesla was more transparent and would shed some light onto what their plan is.