Please change title to "your"
Explanation: "you're" is the same as "you are", which doesn't make sense and hurts my brain
ordered yesterday, estimate october 25, 2017. We shall see
Both on October 8.
@flofball00 - if you ordered yesterday and expect delivery 10/25/17 you're either an employee or crazy.
Hard to say. I reserved last year, long after the first batch, BUT I get the Model S owner boost, BUT being on the East Coast hurts. I suspect mid 2019.
I only reserved in July. I assume 18 months. Could be much worse, though. Any number of things could sideline production hopes massively and put this back. But also I am positive some number of reservations will never result in a sale. I just don't know what that number is.
Also will be interesting to see what $35k actually gets.
Teslanomics has me at Feb 15, 2018 if I hold off for AWD. If I don't it's showing Nov.'17
Made my reservation May 1, 2016. Little do-hickey calculator says I'll get mine in December, at the highest trim they have available on the site. It's all up in the air, until we find out what the option are, and for me, how long the wait will be for all wheel drive.
I suspect that those priorities will work in particular of the people that ordered in the first few days. I ordered on 5/16/2017 and I don't see why previous ownership or location within the US would make a big difference. I checked the teslanomics calculator and it told me as a current owner I would get the base model on Nov 15, 2017 vs Jan 18, 2019 if I'm not a current owner.
It appears to me that this estimator has some serious flaws.
The estimator at Teslanomics puts me at December 29, 2017. I reserved on April 2, 2016. I live in the San Francisco Bay Area. I don't have a Model S or X. I don't work for Tesla or SpaceX and I'm willing to take a base model in red with a 75 kWh battery pack.
11/14/2017. I think it's optimistic.
There's a delivery estimator on mytesla now
I reserved online on 3/31/16 right when online reservations opened up.
The official delivery estimator says December 2017 - February 2018 for first production, February - April 2018 for standard, October - December 2018 for dual motor.
I am a Model S owner who reserved in September 2016. My delivery estimate is Sept-Nov 2018 for the dual motor version; however, if I want RWD I can get it November 2017-January 2018. That's way sooner than I every imagined.
has anyone hit save yet? what happens when you hit save/?
You can change your Save decision as much as you want. I initially chose Soonest because wants, but changed to Latest because need AWD.
I have a Nov-Jan for first production estimate. I'm from Chicago and reserved on 3/31 at 11am. Im hoping lots of people skip the $49k model 3 so I can get it before December.
@hkumin - Yes. Flash Gordon. Been a fan ever since I was young. Flash was the muscle and Zarkov solved all of the problems.
Science fiction got us all here in a way. Besides have you test driven Model S/X? They're as close to a rocket ship as most of us are ever going to get.
Teslanomic estimator is WAY off vs. Tesla.com estimator.
Off by at least 4 months for me.
I can't even open My Tesla account right now. Just keeps taking me back to the Tesla home page and no option to log in.
Arizona, Reserved 31 March 2016 around 10:00 AM-PT. Want base/standard model.
According to Teslanomics, delivery would be Nov 6.
According to Tesla, delivery will be Jan-Mar. - See https://3.tesla.com/model3/delivery-estimate
Darned Ben Sullins, getting my hopes up :)
FWIW, my RN is correct in the estimator and it is giving me a 4th quarter 2017 delivery estimate for First Production. The price quoted appears to be without either the Enhanced Autopilot or Full Self-Driving Capability. That's exactly how we wanted it. I'm a 2012 MS owner who reserved on 3/31/16 and live in CA.
West coast May 31 reserved in store. Nov 17-Jan 18
October to December 2017 for me. Current owner, in California reserved on 3/31.
Reserved yesterday. My page says "early 2019" for all the options. I want the "1st production" car. I wish I could get mine a bit sooner than 2019 since I want the model that is being produced now.
Ordered online 3/31/16. Southern California. October-December '17 delivery.
Mpls. Nov. Jan. 2017 waited in in line.
Teslanomics predictions on when I will get my model 3 was only 6 months off!
rxlawdude are you a Tesla customer or current Tesla vehicle owner? I ordered the same day as you, my delivery estimate is January - March 2018. Not good! BTW, I live in Southern California as well.