It’s official: The first deliveries of the long-awaited Tesla Model S will begin on June 22.
Nearly three years after the car was first announced, Tesla’s sales VP George Blankenship confirmed on the company’s blog that the first customers with reservations will get their cars a month from today.
“We are ahead of schedule and can’t wait to put our first Reservation Holders behind the wheel,” Blankenship wrote. “We’ve been looking forward to this day for over three years, and the buzz around the office and the factory is escalating every day.”
If you’re one of the owners taking delivery on the 22nd, Tesla’s revealed that you’ll be able to use the car’s 17-inch touchscreen to electronically tailor the driving experience with adjustable steering, suspension and regenerative braking. Drivers who want a higher ride height or less regenerative braking can do so, even at the expense of range.
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