Last edited by Doug_G; 08-30-2012 at 09:13 PM.
If the ramp up works according to plan there isn't any reason at all they can't produce 2,000 units per month. I don't even think they would need to necessarily work a ton of overtime at that rate, though their delivery specialists probably would be. As someone else pointed out, they might end up drafting secretaries and janitors and send them out to perform deliveries after giving them a one or two week training course
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I'm thinking factory delivery, since I'm local. If not for looking at the factory and the cool memory-factor, but also to minimize delay...
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Teoatawki, we do have a Roadster (#440). I never understood what that meant with regard to the order of Model S deliveries.
Discoducky, we'll give more information about the car after the long weekend of DRIVING!
Joe, we'll look into the punch list this weekend.
So far we LOVE the car and it is beautiful. I can hardly wait for all of you to get yours.
Buying an EV is one thing, being able to drive it beyond city limits another...
I'm Performance #102. I have no information on my delivery date. I also own Roadster 2.0 #662
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