Signature Tesla Model X Deliveries In US Seem To Be Wrapping Up

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Originally published on EV Obsession.

A production Tesla Model X reservation holder in Florida recently posted on the Tesla Motors Club forum that he/she was informed that his/her Model X (production VIN 25x) was now in the process of being transported to South Florida.

The reason that this comment — from a forum member by the name of “Aquaexceed” — is worth taking note of, for those unclear on the matter, is that this means that Signature reservation deliveries are probably now either completed or close to being completed.

Tesla Model X Black 1

That simultaneously tells us that production reservation deliveries are now kicking off to a notable degree, and also that roughly 1000 (an estimate for US Signature reservations) Model Xs were manufactured and delivered to date.

Here’s the comment in question:

Been lurking here for a couple weeks and reading a bunch of negative posts. Thought I would post some happy news….happy for me anyway. Just got the call from my DS that my production VIN 25x is loaded up on transport and on its way to South Florida.

And another one providing a few more details:

Supposed to arrive the week of February 15th and then a week for prep.
Reserved 9/23/13
Ordered 12/8/15
Confirmed 12/16/15
I ordered Pearl White P90D with Ludicrous. Standard Wheels. Carbon Fiber Decor. High Amp charger. Black Leather Seats. Six Seat Interior. Autopilot. Premium Package. Towing Package.

As someone that is likely to end up getting a Tesla Model 3 once it’s released, I’ve perhaps gotten a bit obsessed with observing how the Model X reservation and delivery processes have played out. It’s been interesting to watch. I’m hoping, though, that Model 3 reservation fulfillment will be a bit faster….


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