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- Apr 12, 2020
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- San Diego
- I own a 2006 Toyota Tacoma and 2018 Tesla Model 3,
Maybe the hubcaps are Spinners and that's just their resting position.-Stainless steel is dirty, water spotted.
-Bumpers and trim still have dirt stains where it’s been sitting outside in the rain.
-tires are also filthy and semi-worn down, guess this was a test model being re-used as a showroom model?
-hubcaps are installed in wrong orientation lol.
Love that the truck is finally hitting showroom floors but roping off a used and dirty truck seems silly to me, get it properly detailed by a professional and let the people experience it dang it!
I used to rope off the Gullwing 300 SL for the same reason. Wonder if some kind of distance sensor using the cameras might send a subtle message through the outside speakers....Imagine the finger prints that would be on it if not roped off.
My GF wanted me to get a 300SL. When I looked at the price tag, I gasped and offered “would you settle for a DeLorean?”I used to rope off the Gullwing 300 SL for the same reason. Wonder if some kind of distance sensor using the cameras might send a subtle message through the outside speakers....
' STEP AWAY FROM THE CYBERTRUCK ' or Dirty Harry ' GO AHEAD, MAKE MY DAY '
I wonder what percent of CTs on reserve are from would be scalpers.Scoop : There likely will be a CT in a Seattle Tesla showroom on November 30 at the time of launch! I finally get to see it, touch it in person! Yay!! There’s a way!
ALSO: Got confirmation from Tesla guy who works in in one of the Tesla centers: CT will have a 1y no resale clause… if an owner has to sell he needs to sell back to Tesla. Hope it well work well against scalpers and think out the line leaving in mostly serious buyers. the Tesla employee told me that Tesla is well aware about the scalpers and they will actively work to try to minimize their impact one way or the other.