As I'm in the UK, I am waiting for a right-hand drive Model 3 (I reserved on 1 April). So how does the priority for right-hand drive versions work? Tesla said on their blog: Model 3 production is scheduled to begin in late 2017. When production begins, we will begin deliveries in North America starting on the West Coast, moving east. As we continue to ramp production, we will begin deliveries in Europe, APAC and right-hand drive markets. It is not possible to ship to all regions simultaneously because regulators in each part of the world have slightly different production requirements. Staggering deliveries in this way also allows us to provide the best possible customer experience. Can anyone shed some light on how this works in practice? Perhaps someone with some experience of ordering a right-hand drive Model S or X. When they say "we will begin deliveries in Europe, APAC and right-hand drive markets", I don't know whether they mean in that order. I also don't know if they will fulfil every North American order, then every European order, then every APAC order, then every right-hand order. Or is there some overlap - e.g. do they start delivering to Europe before they deliver all North American cars? I find it hard to believe that someone in Europe who is number 1,000 on the list will get their delivery before an American who is 400,000 on the list!