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Discussion in 'Reserving, Ordering, Production, Delivery' started by Archer, Oct 11, 2017.
Who the heck would pay this? https://electrek.co/2017/10/11/tesla-model-3-first-used-listed-150000/
My iPhone doesn’t know how to autocorrect Ised to Used but sure knows Ducked.
Someone about to be fired by Tesla that’s who
I would have to guess that the listing isn't real or the person is just trolling. With that price you could get a top of the line S/X! If they are being serious, something is definitely wrong
Or, someone who decided to leave Tesla. I applaud Tesla for doing what they can to prevent this kind of behavior, but I don't really blame anybody for wanting to make a buck off of the high demand. It should be really easy to buy another Model 3 in a year or two.
Probably every other car manufacturer out there .
just about to say the same. then the breach of contract lawsuit will cost them more than any profit they could hope to make, even selling the thing to Ford.
Or already has a new job, that could be the other version.
While the seller may be getting at least a stern warning at a minimum for this, there are plenty of people out there with money to burn that would love to show off their super-rare hottest thing. The Model 3 is that, I have no doubt he could sell it for that price, at least for right now while production is effectively stopped.
I really hope Telsa's legal team goes all out to make an example of this guy. The less speculators in line, the quicker we can get the car to people who actually want to drive them.
Major manufacturers routinely snap up the first available competitor cars so they can dismantle them to learn things about the manufacturing process, materials, design, etc. $150k would be quite reasonable to them.
Let's not all hyperventilate here.
If I could bring it into Canada legally I'd make him an offer. He's not going to get asking price though...
Agreed, he's obviously just fishing for offers. He even says he doesn't know how to price it in the listing. He may get $10-30k over what he paid at this point, but not $100k.
I'm told Tesla pulled the ad...
Tesla apparently "convinced" the author of the ad to pull it. I'm sure there was a threat to sue the owner because the owner had agreed not to do THE VERY THING that he tried to do.
This is great. If everyone plays fair we’ll all get our cars as soon as possible!
Weird thing about Cars that can receive updates OTA. Willing to bet his car magically stopped working yesterday