- Feb 15, 2020
- Reaction score
- Waterloo, Ontario (West of Toronto)
- '90 Isuzu PU (has to last until my CT arrives), '91 Grand Marquis, '02 Grand Cherokee (I'm so grand I can't stand it), e-bike.
- Retired prof.
The early production could be high because the CT was designed around an efficient assembly line more than was the case with other models (so I've heard). Or low because of component shortages and unexpected glitches with such a unique model. And because the CT will be competing with two other Tesla models for assembly priority.Sure. This is all a bit of guesswork. First year of production I likely around 100k based on past launches.
Its possible they deliver too many to your city and jump you up in line a bit too.
Most of the 0-100k orders will likely have the option to buy in the first year.
A few people in the 100k-150k range have a small chance of getting theirs in the first year of production.
If ramp goes faster might be better than that.
As for how many get delivered where, surely it would be in Tesla's interest to spread the first ones widely and therefore thinly.