Still waiting (and hoping) for the Spyder version.....
Congrats!My car is finally here 🙏 and is now going through PDI at the dealer.
You can always bet that there'll be ones available on the used market....but you'll be paying massive markups for it! Lol.Seems consistent here in Australia, was told April/May 2023 for orders now. If the production is this slow for coupes how on earth will they get the convertible out? No idea how the future hybrid and then full electric version fits in either.
If I'm not mistaken, I think Dane is the only one here who got his so far. He posted a few pics a couple weeks ago.Still no pics of anyone’s cars? Has anyone in this group received their car yet? My dealer received their first car last week. I was only told that I’m next, whatever that means. At this point, it would sit until April anyway…..my status has been “In production” for many months.
I'm in the Chicago area. We have some crazy folks here with big pockets but not much else. Lol.I didn’t see Dane’s pics; I’ll go back and look. What market are you in where they doubled? Near DC here and they put $50k markup on it. Offered to me for $40k over but it wasn’t the config I wanted. I think it’s been there a month unsold at $50k over.
With the chaos that's going on in Europe, I would think about a plan B.Has anyone heard anything different? My dealer is dead silent on the issue but a few other dealers are stating the delays are legit.
The world economy is global and supply chain issues affect EVERYBODY.What’s going in in Ukraine is atrocious and I know better than most, however, the Italians aren’t going to stop working because of it and their 3rd party suppliers aren’t from that region. It’s basically like saying the cars produced in Mexico will be affected by cartel issues in Columbia…..just not a thing.
If the war in Ukraine spreads (and it definately can), then it'll affect everything. Russia supplies a good chunk of the world's oil and gas, esp. Europe. This is needed for auto fuel, jet fuel, etc. So of course transportation will be affected. Russia also supplies a good portion of rare Earth minerals needed to make computer chips. If they shut it down, watch out.It sure is but none of your stated issues are Ukraine driven. That issue is very recent and it impacting supply(yet). The 6-8 month delay was rumored prior to the invasion. That’s my point. Chip issues and supply issues are a completely separate issue.
Here's something interesting. My local dealer told me that if I order a MC20 now, it'll be a 3-4 year wait.Oh good lord, lol. None of your stated comments have anything to do with my original post but please continue; it’s quite an interesting read.