First of all, I would like to apologize for posting this negative remark on your forum. Even if I am one of your biggest fans who can't wait to get his Model S, I am getting upset about the lack of consideration you have for the non-US markets.
just like the major film studios, you seem to consider the rest of the world as a "bonus market" and surely not as an important one!
Why do I think this way ?
- We have been waiting for months now !
- We can't find official charging estimations for other kind of electricity networks (with higher voltages (230V and more) but with lower amperage). My network will support 400V but at 63A. This means, in other words, 43,6 kVA.
- We don't get really informed about the dealer locations. Here in Belgium, I was first said that a Dutch dealer (Kroymans NL) got the deal for the BENELUX (read Belgium + Netherlands + Luxemburg) market. I actually met Mr Kroymans in person who confirmed me this at the Belgian Auto Show. And guess what? A few weeks ago, I read in a newspaper that Jean-Michel Martin would be the official dealer for Belgium. WTF?
- We don't get informed (even roughly informed) about the deliveries. What if my current car breaks down tomorrow... Is it a question of weeks, months, years? Absolutely no idea! Early 2013, the rumor says... :'(
Please Tesla, wake up and give your future customers the consideration they deserve!