Why is it that people think Model 3 production should be instantaneous and that 450,000 reservations is a number that somehow doesn’t affect them? So I have just finished reading an article in a local online rag about the Hyundai Kona EV. As usual the Comnents section is either full of folks hating on EVs or saying how this is yet-another “Tesla killer”. There were also a number of comments from disillusioned Model 3 reservation holders saying how Hyundai had already accepted their Kona order and how 400km range is so much better than what Model 3 can manage? Now in the world of alternative facts I realise that many people choose to believe whatever they like, regardless of reality. But in what universe is a small CUV econobox better value for money than a larger sporty sedan? How do people fool themselves into thinking that Hyundai producing 20,000 EVs is somehow more than 250,000 Model 3s? If we all switch to Kona then do you think Hyundai can meet all of our orders....um, no. Ask the Norwegians or the Brits about this and Ioniq. Can Tesla, who produced 100,000 EVs in 2017 suddenly quadruple production and make 400,000 in 2018? Um, no - hence the so-called Tesla cash burn. So to the doubters and whingers I say - grow up, look at the math, understand that 2019/20 was *always* when RHD Model 3 would be delivered, and more fool you if you think paying $75,000 for Kona is a better buy than either LR or SR Model 3....and thank you for making the delivery of my Model 3 a little faster! Good things take time and great things are worth the wait.