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You should be soon on your Dream delivery (unless they are doing all the reds last) so we would like to hear any updates as you get them! You are our eyes and ears as to the actual deliveries post 10/30.

They have been stating both 2-4 months for delivery of the Dreams and 577 cars delivered this year. The 2-4 month delivery time was stated in late September. The end of the year would be 3 months. I really believe that they want to hit both which means that the Dreams and a handful of AGTs would be delivered this year. Giving themselves an extra month on the Dream delivery timeline would be for unforeseen setbacks so as to not disappoint customers.
 

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The 2-4 month delivery time was stated in late September.
Actually, my Delivery Advisor told me on September 21 that production -- not delivery -- would not start for two to four months. Delivery time to south Florida could easily approach two weeks once the car is turned over to transport due to trucking disruptions.

If I don't hear this week that my car has entered production, I think there is zero chance of getting it before Thanksgiving.
 

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At least two forum members were among the first to take deliveries of their Air Dream Editions on October 30. I'm starting this thread to create a central point on which they can report their experiences with the cars should they be willing. Here's hoping . . . .
My car is sent for two tone color wrapping, Tint and others. Next week I may post some details.
 

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You should be soon on your Dream delivery (unless they are doing all the reds last) so we would like to hear any updates as you get them! You are our eyes and ears as to the actual deliveries post 10/30.

They have been stating both 2-4 months for delivery of the Dreams and 577 cars delivered this year. The 2-4 month delivery time was stated in late September. The end of the year would be 3 months. I really believe that they want to hit both which means that the Dreams and a handful of AGTs would be delivered this year. Giving themselves an extra month on the Dream delivery timeline would be for unforeseen setbacks so as to not disappoint customers.
You may have the right judgment!
 

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Actually, my Delivery Advisor told me on September 21 that production -- not delivery -- would not start for two to four months. Delivery time to south Florida could easily approach two weeks once the car is turned over to transport due to trucking disruptions.

If I don't hear this week that my car has entered production, I think there is zero chance of getting it before Thanksgiving.
In my opinion all 577 LA's will be out by the end of the year, unless there is some problems with parts delivery.
 

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At least two forum members were among the first to take deliveries of their Air Dream Editions on October 30. I'm starting this thread to create a central point on which they can report their experiences with the cars should they be willing. Here's hoping . . . .
Only 4 members who were invited out of 20 in Casa Grande on Sep 28th, got their Dream Edition delivery on Oct 30th, I believe.
 

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At first I thought that rear view shot when activating the turn signal was great. But then I noticed that it's the left signal that's activated, but the shot appears to be what's ahead of the car, not what's in the blind spot.
 

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I think that's the correct view. The left blindspot camera would show the rear of opposite side cars once they pass you. If it faced forward, we would see the front of the cars. On the passenger side, it would show the front of the cars in your blindspot.
 

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I think that's the correct view. The left blindspot camera would show the rear of opposite side cars once they pass you. If it faced forward, we would see the front of the cars. On the passenger side, it would show the front of the cars in your blindspot.
My friend's beat-up 2018 Honda CRV has this feature. It's nice.
 

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Ashoka8350- can you give us an idea as to what your real life range was driving home? Did you charge on a 350kw charger and if so, how was the charging speed?
I had 330 miles when I left Palo Alto. I stopped for charging after 260 miles of driving on highway 101 and 5 at 65-72 miles an hour and on some curvy road for 45 miles at a lower speed on 2 lane highway (wanted to reach Bakersfield without charging) showed 60 miles left. Bakersfield was about 20 miles but I did not want to drive to get to downtown to charge. so I stopped to charge at highway 5. Charged almost 300 miles in 25 mins at 350kW charger.

More realistic milage than Tesla.
 

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