WE NEED YOUR VIN...PLEASE POST IT AS A COMMENT. THANKS!
A lot depends on Tesla Motors being able to produce enough cars; it keeps cash flowing, the stock price up, critics at bay, employees & equipment busy, and suppliers happy. Also, Elon Musk often states projections for how many cars the company will be producing.
To get a rough estimate of Tesla's Model S production, we ask new customers to post your VINs on this thread (which replaced this thread). I then update the spreadsheet graphic below to reflect the past 2 months' production rate estimates.
To post your VIN, leave a comment with the following information:
A) Your VIN:
B) The date you finalized your order (see below if that's not clear):
C) The date your VIN was issued to you (appeared on your "My Tesla" web dashboard):
Your "finalized" date is the date that your order was submitted into production. This is, by default, 2 weeks after you place your deposit, but you can waive that 2-week period if you want your car to enter production sooner. Once your order has been finalized, your status on your "My Tesla" web dashboard will be updated to reflect that.
IMPORTANT: If you do NOT want your name/user ID or VIN shown on the spreadsheet, I can black it out to protect your privacy, but still be reflected in the data. If that's the case, feel free to email me your information at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will never share it with anyone.
The latest version of the spreadsheet will always be visible below. VINs issued more than 2 months ago will fall off as they are replaced by newer ones.
Click image for full-sized chart.
Questions or suggestions about the analysis are welcome. Thanks for posting your VINs and relevant dates.