lorenfb wrote:Oils4AsphaultOnly wrote:Besides, the math is already there. The fact that people don't apply it now doesn't mean they won't realize it later.
You're sure the typical auto consumers are on the verge of an epiphany, i.e. will very soon abandon their appeal for an ICEV, right?
And those here in SoCal with F150s will soon trade for a M3. Please!
By the way, why do I see so many M3s stored in a lot on Culver Blvd near the Marina, across from the Tesla distribution center?
Those M3s have been there since the 1/1. Tesla having a problem "moving" M3s in Q1?
Ha Ha Ha! You've definitely been listening to the wrong people. You mean these: https://www.reddit.com/r/TeslaLounge/co ... ope_first/
They've already gone onto the Glovis CAPTAIN (here's tracking info from KarenRei, who's a very informed poster): https://teslamotorsclub.com/tmc/posts/3328350/
There's another ship (Glovis COSMOS) coming by to pick up the next shipment. Tesla is trying to send 3000 model 3's to europe per week (out of their 6000/week production capacity), so you should see the lots continue to be full until the end of quarter push to deliver everything in stock.