Hi all - I thought I would start a thread for UK reservation holders to discuss a few things that will affect us specifically. To get started, here are some things which I've been mulling over which are still unclear: When cars will start to deliver to the UK. In the confirmation email I got after reserving in store, it said that right-hand drive (RHD) markets would come after everywhere else. What's not clear is whether this refers to all pre-reveal orders, or to all orders between now and the start of production, or something else. The other things at play are that existing Tesla owners will get priority (not me), and that those ordering higher specced cars will also get priority (not me either). So thats the bad news. The good news, as we all know, is the increased production ramp plans and Elons bombshell that Tesla intend to produce 100-200k cars in Q4 of 2017. That is a lot of cars. Elon has also tweeted that he thinks pre-reveal reservations should be fulfilled by the end of 2017. Whether he meant worldwide, including RHD markets is unclear. TL;DR - Early indications were that it would a long wait for RHD cars; latest news looks a bit rosier, but picture still unclear. I estimate early summer 2018 for mine. What UK government subsidies will be available for BEV's in 2018? The existing UK subsidy in the UK is £4500 off the cost of the vehicle, and this is at the time the car is ordered and money changes hands. The Office for Low Emission Vehicles stated late in 2015 that this subsidy is guaranteed at least until March 2018. However, they have stated that the amount will be re-considered when 40k BEVs are sold, which will be before March 2018. The grant dropped from £5000 to £4500 in April, and I would hope any further drop by 2018 would only be by another £500, to £4k. After March 2018 who knows, but the OLEV have made committments to elecrtic vehicles until 2020, so I would hope there is still a subsidy in place. TL;DR - UK grant should still be around throughout 2018, and be £2-4k. What charging plug will be on the UK/European cars. Tesla's in the UK have the Type 2 connector, which means they can use the Supercharger network, as well as the Type 2 AC slow-ish chargers scattered around the country. However, for fast DC charging the only option is the supercharging network, which has few sites in the UK, and only 1 in Scotland. The CHAdeMO "bazooka" adapter is an option, but is a far from elegant solution. I'm hoping that European cars have the CCS port, which is basically the type 2 connector with two fat pins directly below it. This would give the cars all the existing chaging capabilities using the type 2 connector, as well as fast DC fast charging via CCS. CCS as a standard seems to be gaining more traction than CHAdeMO in Europe, and to me seems like the best option. However, Elon has stated his distaste for the CCS plug, and it would probably mean that the M3 would need a more traditional "flap" rather than the snazzy opening on the MS and MX. TL;DR - I think the M3 should come with a CCS port for greatest charging flexibility in the UK and Europe. Anyway, would be grateful for any thoughts, corrections, or different views to those above.