Tm has this informaton, but I think it would be interesting to develop a snap shot of where Model S' are being sold and will call "home". I'll start:
In the reservation tally, 87% are US, 4% Canadian, and 9% Europe/Asia.
In the postings here, 79% are US, 9% Canadian, and 12% Europe/Asia.
Conclusion: Canadians spend more time reading forums. ;-)
"Canadians spend more time reading forums."
That's because they only have something like 2 hours of daylight up there this time of year. ;-)
And we're already snowed in by 8 feet of snow. Only things we can do are surf the web, and wrestle polar bears }B)
S30 in Los Altos, CA
Perry Hall, MD
sig #432 in Scottsdale, AZ. And freakin' excited!!
Raleigh, NC -- no number yet, will post on the reservation thread as soon as I reserve
Ogden Dunes, IN
Canadian Sig #73 will live in Abbotsford, BC
@MTriantafelow welcome aboard. I am in Chapel Hill. Sig 540.
Burnaby, B.C. Canada
I received my number so I am updating my prior post.
Santa Cruz, CA
Now that we've hit the century mark, here's an updated list:
Wow, only 15% reported from CA, I thought we'd have double that...
Orange County, CA.
So far it looks like we are the only ones in our neighborhood!
Signature Model S ~ No. 241,
#3157 - Mequon, WI
Ah. Only about 10 miles from the Bellevue store.
Woodland Hills, CA
I just saw (sat in) the white Model S beta at the new Newport Beach Showroom. Sometimes professional photos that appear in a brochure or on the web make a car look bigger and better than the actual car itself. In this case, the Model S is even more beautiful in person. I hope it drives as good as it looks!
Seal Beach, CA P5948
Number 5970, Wauwatosa WI, just reserved today. Following car since first photos, just waiting to see in real. Gorgeous
Sig #85 - Troendelag, Norway
P #270 - Troendelag, Norway
S651 - Houston, TX
Without the Tech Package, the maps feature is oddly limited. I can see where I am on a real-time map (so obviously it has GPS and dynamic mapping) and I...
I know this has been discussed in the TMC forum and possibly here also, but with my Blue 85 due in a couple weeks I am making final plans for its first wax...
For those engineers out there, how many, or what percentage of G's does the P85 "pull" from 0-10, 0-30, 0-60?
It is Sunday, so no math for me.
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