Model 3 Order Tracker spreadsheet

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Hi. This thread is about the following spreadsheets. Feel free to add your data if you have configured. You can then edit your entry when you receive a VIN or a delivery date. There are a few identical display files to avoid overcrowding.
  • To edit your entry, open the same form again and click on 'Edit your response'.
  • To filter and sort, check out the video here or the image here.

Let me know if you have any feedback. You can write a message in this thread or you can use the Feedback tab in the spreadsheets. Thanks.
 
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I would suggest even those who have already entered to DOUBLE check their data. I've found on two occasions my info was altered or removed. Plus additional entry fields were added AFTER the original distribution, so be sure you data is corrected and complete. :)
 

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I noticed quite a few duplicate usernames in there, some with different data under each.
 

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Question:
I noticed I don't have an address on file under my profile. Just has my email and phone.
Stood in line in Phoenix, AZ store on 3/31/2016, but live in Dallas, TX.
Should I update my address in my profile? Would an absence of address on my profile be cause for them to put me in a bucket which would be negatively impacted.
Does it matter? what if now that they have done both coasts, they decide to go with Central US (including TX) and since my address is missing, I am not picked up in that batch of invites starting tomorrow (assuming that's what happens next)?
 

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It's a shame we don't have more respondents, and exact VINs. Would give a lot of insight into production batching, and potentially could help figure out how they're deciding to give each VIN to someone.
 
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It's a shame we don't have more respondents, and exact VINs. Would give a lot of insight into production batching, and potentially could help figure out how they're deciding to give each VIN to someone.
I suspect these people have already taken delivery, have forgotten all about this site and the spreadsheet and are just driving around happily in their model 3s right now lol... I wish that was me right now! Soon I hope!
 

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@KGTES, I'm not sure but my best guess is that not entering your location might be advantageous to you because if this was an online reservation you would have to enter your address (see the video here) but because you reserved in-store, they don't have your address. Instead, they have the store location. However, this is just a guess.

@Rich M, I have just checked all the data. There are 16 duplicate usernames. 5 of them specifically say it is their second reservation (see column Y). The other 11 have different data that also suggests a second reservation.

@Chris Hardesty, yes, sometimes people enter a configuration date but then don't come back to enter their delivery date. For those entries, we calculate a delivery date that's 30 days after the configuration date. Currently, the data shows that the average time from configuration to delivery is 23.8 days in CA. See cell DA5 on the overview tab here. There are no deliveries outside of CA yet.
 

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@Troy thanks, after configuration (or at configuration?), I assume they ask for the delivery address? I am guessing that the delivery address provided during configuration doesn't have to match the address listed in the profile on My Tesla site?
 

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@Troy thanks, after configuration (or at configuration?), I assume they ask for the delivery address? I am guessing that the delivery address provided during configuration doesn't have to match the address listed in the profile on My Tesla site?
After configuration you provide the name and address under which the car will be registered, which does not have to match the address associated with the Tesla account. I believe they use this address to determine where delivery will occur.
 

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@mig, thanks! just to clarify, they will use the address I provide @configuration time (the address where the car will be registered - where I live) to determine the delivery location (a Tesla service center closest to where I live)?

Also, what happens if the closest service center is say, 200 miles away?
 

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@mig, thanks! just to clarify, they will use the address I provide @configuration time (the address where the car will be registered - where I live) to determine the delivery location (a Tesla service center closest to where I live)?

Also, what happens if the closest service center is say, 200 miles away?
Sorry I was just speaking from experience configuring recently with a different registration address than the Tesla account address.

I can't be sure of the other information yet.
 
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@Troy thanks, after configuration (or at configuration?), I assume they ask for the delivery address? I am guessing that the delivery address provided during configuration doesn't have to match the address listed in the profile on My Tesla site?
I just went through this four our Model 3 so can share my experience. We got a configuration email on the 4th of Jan and in the ordering process, supplied our registration, license and insurance information. No delivery info. Yesterday (the 16th) I got a call from a delivery specialist in Las Vegas, who I talked to and agreed on a delivery time and location for us. We're in Maryland just outside of DC and will take delivery at the Rockville Service center.

As far as being distant from any service center, my experience with the model S we picked up this past July was that they (at the time at least) had a home delivery option (no extra charge for us) which we took, thinking we could save the 50 minute round trip time to the Rockville SC.

Or experience was bad on several fronts. We got vague estimates from the Tesla delivery folks and they didn't seem to have good information until a couple days before it arrived. We ended up having to block out an entire half day window for the trucker (versus a fixed appointment time if we'd picked up at the SC), and the trucker dropped off what seemed to be a completely unprepped car. We ended up having to take it to the SC anyway and wait for them to really get the car ready. The process seemed alpha, it was so buggy, and the logistics made it clearly not worth it in retrospect.

I'm not sure if they're still doing this at all, let alone for the 3, but it's be worth asking them about it if you're far away from a SC when you hear from the delivery specialist. Maybe they're still doing home delivery and they've worked the bugs out.

Hope this helps.
 

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Hi, everybody. As expected, new invites went out on 17 January 2018. I have added another map to the opening message. I also added a new chart that shows delivery predictions for January, February, and March. These are based on VIN numbers. The VIN chart and the delivery numbers chart in the opening message update automatically as new VINs are entered into the spreadsheet.

Deliveries so far went only to employees and owners who want RWD, LR, PUP and black interior. I'm calculating that all deliveries for this group will be finished on 18 February 2018. Tesla either needs to add the white interior or the standard range battery or non-PUP or they need to send invites to non-owners. I predict that one of these things will happen within 3 weeks but I don't know which one.
 
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I added one more chart that shows current and future production rate estimates. All charts in the opening message excluding the maps are self-updating image files. The maps are static normal images but you can find a dynamic map on the spreadsheet here.
 

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I just went through this four our Model 3 so can share my experience. We got a configuration email on the 4th of Jan and in the ordering process, supplied our registration, license and insurance information. No delivery info. Yesterday (the 16th) I got a call from a delivery specialist in Las Vegas, who I talked to and agreed on a delivery time and location for us. We're in Maryland just outside of DC and will take delivery at the Rockville Service center.

As far as being distant from any service center, my experience with the model S we picked up this past July was that they (at the time at least) had a home delivery option (no extra charge for us) which we took, thinking we could save the 50 minute round trip time to the Rockville SC.

Or experience was bad on several fronts. We got vague estimates from the Tesla delivery folks and they didn't seem to have good information until a couple days before it arrived. We ended up having to block out an entire half day window for the trucker (versus a fixed appointment time if we'd picked up at the SC), and the trucker dropped off what seemed to be a completely unprepped car. We ended up having to take it to the SC anyway and wait for them to really get the car ready. The process seemed alpha, it was so buggy, and the logistics made it clearly not worth it in retrospect.

I'm not sure if they're still doing this at all, let alone for the 3, but it's be worth asking them about it if you're far away from a SC when you hear from the delivery specialist. Maybe they're still doing home delivery and they've worked the bugs out.

Hope this helps.
@RichK Perfect, this is exactly what I was looking for!

The service center question was just hypothetical, I do have an SC close by.

Thanks!
 

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Do we know if Tesla has missed anyone's revised config window completely yet?
If there's anyone with a revised delivery window of Nov - Jan who hasn't been invited to configure yet, then yes, Tesla has likely missed their revised window, given that it's January 18th and delivery times have been averaging 3-4 weeks after placing an order.