I live 12 miles from Tesla, Fremont factory. I read in this forum, whoever lives within 150 miles radius from the factory gets their Model3 delivered first. Is it true?
I doubt it.
Combination of reservation sequence, distance and what's being manufactured at the time
Utterly unrelated side question - is Fat Fanny's still there in Fremont? It's been a *looooong* time since I visited out there, but still have fond memories of the place
I think it will be a disadvantage. Seeing all those cars being tested and then being driven by the employees in the area will make the wait even more torturous and feel like forever
Yes. It is definitely an advantage unless you don't have an early reservation. It might be helpful if you moved into the factory, however.
It will be an advantage for service, but won't get you the car faster than if you pick up in Fremont and live anywhere else. I doubt it would put you ahead of somebody who lives elsewhere in the state. Once cars start flowing out of the factory, there's a limit to how many pickups they will be able to schedule in a day in Fremont. They'd be better off trucking things to other places in California so they can keep more people busy.
I hope that is true , it only takes 20 minutes drive from home.
If you ordered day one and live close to the factory, yes it could mean you get bumped up ahead of some people who ordered ahead of you....Tesla will likely want to keep the first month or so of Model 3 cars to be close to the factory...so the first 5k...maybe 10k Model 3s will be in Nor Cal.
but if you order now (or after the first month or so), you will get yours in mid 2018 or later.
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