Well this doesn't look good:
I must say Tesla's communications in this area have been very poor.
I'd be completely baffled as to why they wouldn't; I know they held off our finalization emails a bit because of the pricing delays, but we finalized well before the US Signatures were half started.
While I too am disappointed Doug (nothing, nothing riles most Canadians than playing second fiddle to the Yanks when it comes to consumer goods), I think we need to consider a couple of things here...
#1... Are some homologation issues holding things up?...possibly, not all issues may have gone as Tesla hoped...
#2...TMC stated that production of Canadian Sigs would start approximately three months after the start of U.S. Production...outside of the founder's deliveries, when would you say the U.S. production officially started?
If the U.S. Production officially started in July, then production of the Canadian Sigs should start in October (a la` Roadster...delivery expected in November)...this may be a "phantom disappointment" as it appears that until further notice from Tesla, we will still see our vehicles delivered in November...
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I posted some thoughts in Model S Delivery Update - Page 119
They actually did send out some American general production lock-in emails before Canadian Sigs. Assuming they intend to build in that same order, I'd expect there would be at least a couple of weeks of US general production cars made before they start shipping to Canada.
So I'm guessing that they will start delivering sometime in the second half of November.
OK I'm calling tomorrow.
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