I was told the 757 (VIN) was starting production around 10/7.rbullett said:Anyone have any new information on the increased production?
Their long-term production rate was 90 cars per week with roughly half scheduled to come to the US. With their added contract staff, they were at 100 cars per week about five weeks ago and on target to reach 120 cars per week by the end of October. The information I heard at the time, was that the expanded production was to be largely directed to the US to take advantage of the backlog before it dissipated due to the overly long wait.ChrisStarrUSA said:Sounds like they are up to about 50 per week from what I understand.
Plus of that 75 allocation as followsChrisB said:
That would put current targeted US production rate at up to 75 cars per week...though I suspect that not all of the expanded production will come here.
This info is consistent with my VIN and my expected delivery time frame of December. Could slip later because I'm on the west coast.Allan Gibbs said:I was told the 757 (VIN) was starting production around 10/7.
Fox Valley in Chicago is at 40+dechien said:Chris:
Do you recall it looking extremely bias to the east coast? I'm in Southern California, and can tell you that I have only seen two Elises on the road thus far, and both in the same week.
I think what he is refering to is that people have received cars with a VIN in th 5xx range.dechien said:Chris:
Where are you getting the data that there's 500 confirmed deliveries? (Not that I doubt your input) Do you recall it looking extremely bias to the east coast? I'm in Southern California, and can tell you that I have only seen two Elises on the road thus far, and both in the same week.