Yes i did it backwards, bought first, drive second, like many of us. My impressions. Very nice handling. Mindblowing acceleration, a bit like pulling G's in aerobatics. It's a really big car for Hong Kong, will occasionally limit you with some parking spots. Interior could be a lot better, nothing like an Audi, for example. Battery life is amazing, probably could have done with 60KWh. She said Superchargers won't be in Hong Kong until the end of this year at the earliest. They said that we will have to provide and pay for a SIM card in the car, if we want data. We need to give it to them to install. This is not acceptable in my opinion, particularly as they benefit from my data to improve the vehicle. They also suggested to me at the showroom that it would be paid for, like the US. Firmware updates, if you have no data or wifi is done at the service center. Why are they discriminating against us in the China market? I asked if they could do a deal for Tesla owners in HK with a telecom company and she said no. Charging is the European standard and needs single phase 32A. Once again this should have been confirmed earlier. I asked for a data sheet for my electrician. Max charge rate with single charger is 32A. 32A charging will only be achieved with the supplied cable. Again, they really should have had solid info on this when pricing was released. I may write to Tesla US with the last 2 points and see if I can get traction. Once again they said delivery July / August.