I have owned my Tesla model 3 for one month now. After two weeks of ownership I had it Ceramic coated.
When I went to pick up the car after coating the guy went over the whole car with me in detail.
After two weeks there were thousands of rock chips in the paint. The front fenders, the hood and most of all the lower side panels. The fenders and hood had about a dozen small to medium chips but the lower side panels of the car were almost completely covered with tiny chips.
The paint on these cars is some of the thinnest paint he sees in the industry, when he placed his paint thickness gauge, ultrasonic I believe, on different parts of the tesla, they had markedly thinner coatings than his Nissan and Buick. He coats a lot of Teslas and they are always the same, very poor paint quality. In the door jams, by the hinges the paint is more overspray than painted with the undercoat clearly visible. The lack of double door seals leaves all of the door sills filthy due to infiltration of dirt and water. The body lines and gaps around doors, trunk and frunk lids are inconsistent to say the least, especially where the rear doors interface with the rear fender by the glass. The frunk lid is lower on one side than the other, the rear door handles are recessed instead of flush and the list goes on.
For a "luxury" car we are getting a bunch of gizmos and farting seats with very little attention to quality of build. I feel somewhat let down that the richest man in the world, the man who can land rocket engines back on earth to reuse and has sent his own roadster to the outer reaches of the galaxy can't spend a little extra on fit, finish and paint quality.
I love my Tesla, but these things, I feel, should be addressed, or could be addressed.
I wish I could post pictures, as they say, "..... are worth a thousand words..." but I can't even search the forums, never mind post pictures.