Those who pre-ordered the Tesla Model 3 have a long wait on their hands to get behind the wheel and those with new reservations are going to have to wait for a much longer time. It has been said that these reservations are not going to be filled until the middle of 2018 at the earliest.

With Tesla having moved the delivery date they are also going to try and rush the first 400k orders to try to get them out before the end of 2017. However if they do this it is thought that reliability issues could creep in.

At the moment more than 373,000 units of the Tesla Model 3 have been reserved and those who were among the first to put in reservations are hoping to get their vehicles by 2017. Tesla did say that the first deliveries would start late in 2017 and that they would adjust the date on the market page for new along with future reservations.

Elon Musk moved the goal to produce more than 500,000 vehicles a year from 2018, it was originally set at 202. But do you think by rushing to get the Tesla Model 3 out by the end of next year it is going to cause reliability issues?

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