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Discussion in 'Model S: Ordering, Production, Delivery' started by Robert.Boston, Dec 10, 2011.
No sales in Russia yet, apparently. That will be interesting to watch!
I updated my marker to reflect our upgrade from P2222 to S965...Love seeing the markers in the Bay Area!! Thanks for maintaining this!!
Might want to rename the pin "NUMMI" as just "The Tesla Factory".
They seem interested in making the old NUMMI name go away, as that entity no longer runs the factory.
Good idea, TEG; implemented.
It's interesting to see the "I-35" line -- a huge blank west of I-35 (Minneapolis/Des Moines/Kansas City/Oklahoma City/DFW/Austin/San Antonio) until you get to the West Coast, with the exception of two pockets near Denver and Phoenix.
I would be interested in additional information on that SS147 in MA as I have just rechecked my confirmation email from Tesla Motors that stated that Signature Special # 147 was headed my way here in PA.
That's strange. I'd send Tesla an e-mail I guess. Does your MyTesla page actually say Signature Special? Mine still says MODEL S SIGNATURE #114
A bit offtopic, but what color is your Roadster? I've seen one a few times up by Cabela's
I know Tesla has a map like this. So they can see that there are more Model S reservations on the east coast than the west.
California doesn't need another Tesla location. *cough* (L.A. Design studio)
I haven't been up that way in a long time. Mine is twilight blue.
My two reservations P270 and S85 are not placed correctly on the map. I suppose that you have placed them based on my previous post on the Tesla forum pages. How can I correct the placement of the markers on your map?
Who has a reservation in commack and west hills NY? Curious to see who my fellow Tesla Long Islander's are.
@robert, i downgraded from a sig to a p so you can remove the canadian s58 marker in montreal. I already created a new one closer to home for the reservation sequence number that they gave me.
Don't put too much faith in the Commack one; I entered that from the "Long Island" entry on the TeslaMotors.com boards.
Some quick counting over lunch; my counting may be slightly off, and of course the data are not necessarily a representative sample of the universe of Model S reservation holders. Nonetheless, with 318 data points, we find:
Northeast corridor (DC--NH): 48 (15%)
Northern California: 36 (11%)
Southern California: 26 (8%)
Netherlands/Belgium: 15 (5%)
Washington State: 15 (5%)
Florida: 13 (4%)
Chicagoland: 13 (4%)
Norway: 12 (4%)
Oregon: 10 (3%)
Montreal/Ottawa: 9 (3%)
Georgia: 8 (3%)
Texas: 8 (3%)
Greater Toronto: 6 (2%)
British Columbia: 6 (2%)
Germany: 5 (2%)
Austria: 4 (1%)
Switzerland: 3 (1%)
n.e.c.: 82 (26%)
OK, I cheated a little here, combining the NE Corridor; for the record, the breakout there is:
Metro Boston: 9
Metro NYC/CT: 18
Metro Philadelphia: 9
Metro DC/Baltimore: 12
Perhaps the most interesting takeaways that I get from this are:
California's an important market, but by no means the only market
Reservations in the Eastern and Central US time zones are higher than Pacific and Mountain zones
Demand is very scattered, with 26% outside of "hot spots"
Just for your interest, there's a solar energy company in Ottawa that has reserved several dozen.
Here's the full list, excluding fleet sales:
Clearly my hand count of some areas was pretty badly flawed, owing to overlapping markers.
Thanks for taking the time to pull this together.
In your list was it your intention of counting store locations in the totals? That seems to be the case in the Florida totals.
No, I explicitly excluded Tesla facilities from the tally. Further research, though, showed that SSL221 had three flags; I've deleted two, so axe those from the total.
That's me and it should read 146. Robert -- mind fixing my SS147 to SS146?