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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by Paul Carter, Jan 31, 2017.
Awesome, you're welcome!
Here is an update to the AWD to RWD switch. About 2.21% of contributors have changed their intent so far after the news.
April 2017 Monthly Summary Stats
April was a busy month in the tracker after many articles brought many visitors and contributors to the tracker.
With the recent news of the Rear Wheel Drive will be produced first there was some movement in the stats, but the trend still has All Wheel Drive at 68%.
Interesting Trending Stats
The percentage wanting All Wheel Drive (AWD) has been slowly dropping as more data has been collected and contributors coming back and changing their intent. Around 2% of those who previous intended to get All Wheel Drive (AWD) switched their configuration intent to be Rear Wheel Drive after the news that RWD will be available first.
Also, as shown in the summary stats, existing contributors continue to come back and update their Auto Pilot intent to include the Full Self Driving capability. Now just over 80% want more than just Autopilot convenience features with just over 38% wanting the Full Self Driving feature.
Are you able to sort this data by region? Say for example how many people in California want AWD vs RWD?
How would you like me to break down North America or USA? I did this just last week:
Yes. Here's a chart of the drive distribution before the tweet and the same from my last report.
I was thinking by state, seeing as how California deliveries will be first up to a certain point, we might get a feel for the delivery schedule. Also as a California resident I dont really need AWD. Curious to see how others in the state feel. Great job on the site though, I plugged in my info a while back.
Thanks. Here is the state graph of AWD vs. RWD.
And by country.
Here is the new Config Pop Report based on the options now known. If you chose an option that's no longer available, it was defaulted back to undecided/not yet chosen. Let me know if I've missed anything or messed something up.
-- Updated (incorrect Paint, removed Obsidian Black, added Silver)
The public and dashboard tally have been updated.
Congrats to all that got their invitation to configure their Model 3!
A reminder if you've gotten your invitation to configure, please update your Model3Tracker.info record. We'll only need a small fraction of contributors to help determine the config that gets delivered first and any configs with delay issues.
Getting some good contributions this week. Thanks all. Keep it up!
I've made the assembly and delivery VIN data to be on its own public dashboard.
wow 60% of people want the extended battery?! i didn't think it would be that many people. Could be a long time until we see the shorter range cars being delivered. Thanks for the info
Yeah, several advantages associated with the LRB, Johnny.... the right choice if you can spare the 9 grand...
Considering it. Although I really never drive over 100miles a day. Dec-Feb is the delivery estimate for the LRB. We shall see.
Seems like an interesting number are still switching from Standard Range Battery (SRB) to the Long Range Battery (LRB) to get their Model 3 sooner.
Slowly creeping up.
My graph is very simplified, simply shows VIN registrations similar to the first graphs by Bloomberg. However even though I use the same raw data and same 13 week trailing average I get a significantly different graph. I also need to make a similar disclaimer to ignore the high spike at the end since this is a result of Tesla making massive registrations in the last few weeks. I appears that Tesla is trying to optimize its batch manufacturing process by gathering large numbers of advance order configurations so they can do larger batches such as run many cars of the same color at once. The trend line is probably a better indicator of actual production and currently shows about 5,800 M3/wk.
100.000 produced TESLA Model 3