lorenfb wrote:1. The MY should have been the M3 at the $35K price point THREE YEARS AGO!!!!!!
2. At the actual delivery date, i.e. probably 2021, the marketplace will be super competitive for the MY.
3. The bigger issue for Tesla in 2021 will most likely be its impending Chapter 7, if it even makes it to 2021.
scottf200 wrote:With the Y being 75% the same as the 3 that makes production and supplier problems so much easier than the previous cars. As well they will be making the 3 (and the Y) in China next year for added profit. 75% is a big deal.
Tesla's never really had supplier problems, with exception when it can't pay it suppliers.
lorenfb wrote:Again, what viable manufacturing company announces a product with a 2+ year delivery date, notwithstanding their extremely poor past record?
Most OEMs don't provide specific model details, then scam potential buyers by asking for reservation deposits to generate
needed cash flow, and then bait-and-switch reservations to more costly model variations, i.e. Tesla, an example of a real
Leaf SL MY 9/13: 73K miles, 49 Ahrs, 5.1 miles/kWh (average), Hx=70, SOH=78, L2 charges to 100% > 1000, max battery temp < 95F (35C), min discharge point > 20 Ahrs