Submitted by martinbogo on Thu, 2018-04-26 08:36
Back when the Model S was first being produced, and the X, occasionally there would be someone who aimed higher than they could afford ... and at the last second for many reasons, they didn't finish taking delivery of a configured car.
Brand new, never sold, these were called "Orphans"
How did Tesla handle that? Try to match the car with someone who had a similar or identical config?
How are they handling it for the Model 3?