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    Model S Delivery Update

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    Post a quick update of the most recent delivery data including the highest reported VIN (include your country if outside the USA) shown in Wiki post #2 below:
    Last edited by joefee; 2013-07-17 at 05:52 PM. Reason: update

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    Poll: Total Delivery Experience Poll

    Highest Model S Assigned or Delivered VIN = 53,266 (8/8/14)

    Source: http://www.teslamotors.com/forum/for...t-vins?page=20
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    Was picking up my Roadster from the LA service center today and Founder #17 was there being preped for delivery. Here's a shot of the window sticker.
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    They state 12 hours to charge on a 240V outlet. That must be the public 30A chargers then since 40A is around 9 hours.

    That $9,100 number over 5 years should talk some people into an EV.

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    55% US/Canadian content -- I think that answers an important question for import duties into Canada.

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    Bump up

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    Kudos for posting a full res image, easy to read EVERYTHING

    Edit: What's up with the 'This vehicle has not been rated by the gov't for frontal crash, side crash or rollover risk."? I doubt the thing could ever rollover, but I'm curious about the front and side crash testing. I thought this was done already?

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    I still think there's something badly awry with the EPA ratings. 88 city, 90 highway? I don't think so. City mileage is going to be quite a bit higher for any BEV with regen. I think they blew/fudged it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbakker666 View Post
    Kudos for posting a full res image, easy to read EVERYTHING

    Edit: What's up with the 'This vehicle has not been rated by the gov't for frontal crash, side crash or rollover risk."? I doubt the thing could ever rollover, but I'm curious about the front and side crash testing. I thought this was done already?
    I was told in a store opening that Tesla has done their own ratings, according to NHTSA's specifications, but until NHTSA buys their own vehicles and does their own testing, there's no official rating from NHTSA.
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