So, I reconfigured my car and the new MVPA says that the delivery date is "TBD." Is there anywhere I can look/watch to see if an estimate ever crops up, or do I have to call or email?
Just finalized 2/8 and is Mar-Apr
@riceuguy - strange. The MPVA should have a date range on it. I'd give ownership a call or email. If you are not in US, want 40kwh, regular suspension, or red then you are looking April or beyond. If none of those things, could be next week! Batching seems to make the build sequence appear almost random.
Thanks Amped; Nick, the change was to ditch standard suspension for air, so no more holdups...
Keep an eye out for a looong tractor-trailer cruising your neighborhood ....
@riceuguy; you ordered the 60 right? I think they just got done building a batch of 60s including mine #8311. I should hopefully get it later this week. I would think your would be done in a month, unless the put you to the bottom of the list since you changed but I would imagine not.
@spraisody, yeah, 60kwh #10,917, but I do suspect I go to the back of the line of those that have already finalized based on some previous comments Tesla folks have made about sequencing. But then again, who really knows! Anything less than 2 1/2 months and I am happy...
I ordered a 60kwh (dec 2012) with standard suspension and I have been told April-May because they don't even have standard suspension in.
My change was to ditch standard suspension, but ownership experience said TBD is "accurate" but I should know more when delivery is a month out. Bizarre.
Ok, talked to a better source at Tesla and have been told March/April, with no further info till 30 days out. But the configuration change also means I no longer have a pre-assigned delivery specialist. Weird.
Their 3D printers are making new DSes as fast as they can. But this new bio-printing stuff is tricky.
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