Probably the last update I will do. It was fun to document, but the flow of data has trickled, data cleanup is cumbersome, and the invites have slowed way down. I'll probably shift to charting deliveries next as soon as I find the time.
RNs 11274 means you are somewhere between 1-5899th in line (112744100-112749999) if it were actually a hard and fast rule.
Even if they were strictly following the line, your number is probably not up yet given the number delivered. I do understand the excitement mixing with envy it's natural...
I wish Tesla had handed out reservation numbers like the DMV hands out tickets in a way that is completely indiscernible with regard to any concept of a line. Then everyone would have excitement and not unfound envy.
Gigafactory Texas is a mudhole, just driving it around after a rainy day makes it look "off roaded." Watch Joe Tegtmeyer's videos on YouTube to see what I mean. Past Teslas for me have had between 6-18 miles.
I'm getting really good at Excel.
The pattern is effectively the same, with the exception of the first couple days. It seems that people who ordered the Cyberbeast bailed after the first couple days in order to get a truck sooner. I'm too lazy to do the labels, but the states are the same for both.
They've moved Littleton, CO Cybertruck to the Park Meadows Mall where you have full access to the truck. They don't let you raise/lower the suspension, and they've disabled a couple other software things, but otherwise full access.
- I'm 6'4" and there were concerns the rear seat...
He's a stakeholder in MobileEye, the company that made software/hardware for AP1. While I do like that version of autopilot better than current Tesla Vision base Autopilot, they wanted a cut of every Tesla sold and Elon wasn't having it. Basically cut them off at the neck.