I just received a second confirmation email with the title "Welcome to Tesla". It contains a nice picture of the Model 3, the quote about "setting the record for the highest single-day sales of any product of any kind ever in world history" (there is a another thread specifically about this), stirring words about "a huge step towards building a better future by accelerating the transition to sustainable transportation", some nice quotes from the media and some welcome confirmation that they are "increasing our production plans" and "over the coming months we'll have more exciting updates".
However, perhaps I'm being cynical, but I reckon there is a good chance that the entire point of the email is so that Tesla can make us (legally) aware that "Model 3 comes standard with Autopilot hardware and Supercharging capability", which are the very last words in the main body of the email.
There has been a lot of debate on the forums about Autopilot safety features (definitely included) versus comfort features (probably not included) and whether there will be a fee for supercharging (probably on at least the base model). To be honest, I'm surprised that the official statement is still relatively vague. I would have expected some small print to clarify exactly what they mean or at least keep their options open.
I know some people will interpret the phrase "Supercharging capability" as proof that we will get supercharging for free for life, while others will home in on the word "capability" as proof that we won't. The email solves nothing and the debate continues...
At least it gives us something to do during the interminable wait.