This is usually from customers who ordered and decided to back out. My friend got his M3P this way. Supposedly the original customer wanted to order a Model S instead. Tesla has a return policy.The Telsa location in my city now has Model 3's 'in stock' to order and pickup... I can order a performance and pick it up the next day. Wonder if that will way on earnings or is a sign of slow sales?
There have been plenty of times that Tesla has had "in stock" vehicles pre-pandemic. They literally have a section for this on there website, for well over a year now ( NEW INVENTORY ) And no an order that was rejected does not just go to the next person in line.. It goes up for sale as a vehicle in stock. I literally just said thats how my friend got his, he was not "in line" at all.Right, but there have never been 'in stock' vehicles that I'm aware of. An order that was cancelled or rejected, just went to the next pre-order in line... as far as I know. This indicates, maybe because of the virus/employment/economy, that several people cancelled and there aren't others in-line to purchase. Won't affect my CT order/thoughts, but it might affect the stock price short term.