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Old 06-27-2022, 12:59 PM   #3876
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Understood. I don't need to buy a new car, so I'd like to know what I'm getting if I place an order.
Like for example this silliness


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Old 06-27-2022, 02:10 PM   #3877
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I've been shopping Tesla's really hard lately, but I'm a bit concerned about not knowing what I'm going to get if I order one.

How can a person tell if their order, placed today, would be missing rear USBs or lumbar on the passenger seat? What else has Tesla had to remove due to the chip shortage?

I'm currently leaning heavily towards the Y, with a Model 3 as an option only due to the cost differential between it and the Y.
I received my Model 3 Performance a month ago and it came with everything as I don't think there is an issue with USB ports right now. Only thing is that if you order a long range or base Model 3 you may get the old style headlights as performance models are the only ones receiving the matrix headlights consistently.
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Old 06-27-2022, 02:28 PM   #3878
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I received my Model 3 Performance a month ago and it came with everything as I don't think there is an issue with USB ports right now. Only thing is that if you order a long range or base Model 3 you may get the old style headlights as performance models are the only ones receiving the matrix headlights consistently.
Same here my M3P had everything too. They even accidentally gave me two charging cables
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Old 06-30-2022, 02:19 PM   #3879
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I guess the Plaid can really go over 200mph


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Old 06-30-2022, 05:28 PM   #3880
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One of my life goals was to be more fearless, and so I bought a Tesla that was assembled the very last week of the fiscal year.

Drove her home today, and she had surprisingly few flaws after spending an hour going through six pages of things to check. Worst thing was the passenger side headlight contacting the front trunk cover, but at least it's not squeeking during driving.

The yoke, blinker buttons, shifter, and horn are still a dumb design and actually makes the car less fun to drive, but I knew she wasn't really driver-oriented going into this. To be honest, I still had more fun driving my gutless WRX home afterwards. But the Plaid is great for flexing and compensation. I'm gonna name her 'Souless'.

And I'm still waiting for my mobile connector to be delivered.
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Old 06-30-2022, 05:28 PM   #3881
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Double post.

Hoping she works better and has less bugs than these forums....
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