No Model 3 in 2017 would be a disaster if true
I've never expected them to make their deadline. I told this to a friend of mine the day they had the Model 3 presentation and first showed it off.No Model 3 in 2017 would be a disaster if true
Exactly - like I was saying, they'll spit out a few to say "we made it!!" And everyone will applaud and say how great Tesla is, and then real deliveries of them will come next year.Tesla would rebound so fast from a failed model 3 launch, that even Dwight Howard would be jealous.
What, are we kidding here? We are talking about a beloved brand that walks on water as good or better than Apple.
I don't know if you're referring to me, but I know they need to start fulfilling Model 3 orders on time, but I'm uncertain they will, at least at the intended volume at first.It appears to me that there are many who have not perused Tesla very closely, and read some of their forward looking statements. The latest round of funding was predicated on the basis of Model 3 sales because quite frankly they are not experiencing liquidity on the back of their current model range.
They truly need to start fulfilling Model 3 orders on time in order to hold true to what was promised to investors, and shareholders. Tesla however is known for turning the Model S launch debacle into a strength, and I believe that Elon Musk can spin even a mediocre 2017 launch although no car at all in 2017 may be far more difficult to put in a good light.
I have to agree. I like the exterior (thought I think the front would benefit from having the same horizontal chrome bar with the Tesla badge like the S and X have), but the interior doesn't look good....it at least needs a true gauge cluster.I really like the looks, which is very much like S. The dash is horrid however.
viewing where the image came from (tho not re-finding that one yet) led me to