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- Oct 3, 2020
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- 2010 F-150, 2018 Model 3 Perform, FS Cybertruck
The intention here would be clear in any court, if you gave Tesla written notice that you wanted to sell your Cybertuck, and they either declined to purchase it, or didn't respond within the 30 days, then you could sell it on your own.That is not what the disappeared clause said.
"If Tesla declines to purchase your Vehicle, you may then resell your Vehicle to a third party only after receiving written consent from Tesla."
There's nothing in that clause that forces Tesla to give that consent. They could just not respond. They could low-ball your buyback offer instead and put you in a real pickle.
I know you _wish_ it said what you interpreted it to say. But it doesn't.
Could the language be nailed down a little better? Sure, maybe the language will be more polished on the actual Purchase and Sale Agreements.
Please take off the tin-foil hat, Tesla would not benefit and there would be no reason for Tesla to not provide consent if they did not intend to buy it.