Not sure, I am still holging my deposit on it. P-95 is my seuqence number, which means 95 of the regular production after the 1000 Signature Editions (S sequence number) and after all the Roadster preferred customers (R sequence number). Not sure if Tesla will produce regular cars along side the SE's as I do not know if they are all sold out. I did read that they are planning on producing 85kWh cars first, then 60kWh, and finally 40kWh cars last. So, one's sequence number can get 'out of order' based on the battery one wants. Of course, they have thrown the performance package in the mix too.
I need to know more about the car. It does not look like they are making the batteries 'swappable' any more, but I am curious if one can upgrade after buying the car, or if the chassis or wiring prevent upgrades or make it uneconomical.
I also want to know more about their supercharging network. I also want to know how difficult it would be to put in an aftermarket Lithium Titanate battery as i would rather have a car that can go 150 miles on a 10 minute charge than one that can go 160 miles on a half hour charge for long distance, with a 250kW level 3 charging station of course, which are nearly non-existant at the moment.
That being said, the Tesla was a hedge bet more so against the Fisker being horrible. Since I am loving it, I will probably end up waiting for a 2015 or later Tesla Model S, when some of these issues have been better answered.
I am 100% definitely getting my Brammo Empulse 10.0 electric motorcycle if they come out this year. At $14995 minus the $1500 tax rebate, it is a steal. Hopefully, no price creep will enter into it, which it might considering they are putting the six-speed transmission in it, which will be their justification, I am sure.