I visited a buddy yesterday who had been on the reservation list with me until he grew impatient about not knowing whether the 60Kw car would have a supercharger. He canceled his reservation earlier in the year.
First thing out of his mouth yesterday is, "are you still going to get your car in Dec.?" I'm P2124 and have a confirmed order for a 60Kw car)
Turns out Tesla has announced a change in the production schedule and somehow my buddy knew about it before me (NY Times article).
Just the day before I had gotten an email telling me I owed another $1000 for the Supercharger which I had thought was included when I saw "no charge" on my order form. Now I think I'm supposed to ignore that email, but I'm not really sure.
And just last week we find that Tesla is issuing another round of stock despite assurances earlier in the month that everything was fine. This after a bizarrely scheduled late night unveiling of the Supercharger Network.
When you've been waiting for something for 2 1/2 years for a car and have money invested in the company, perhaps you get impatient. However, Tesla's chosen to have all of us along for its ride, so perhaps it could clue the passengers in to what the heck is going on.