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Discussion in 'Illinois' started by toxotes, Sep 14, 2014.
Other than myself and blackbird anyone else in 630?
Yes I am, Robert in Yorkville Il.
Are you all in? Production number?
I'm in North Aurora, all in, # 2497
Now from Anderson IN.
Hello. I am in the all in program for $100. I never got any info about what number I am in line.
I can help a little with your question, as I was there today when an Elio team member in Jacksonville Fl. was asked the exact same question.
There are about 36,000 reservations, the people that are all in will get their cars first. Next the $750 all in's will be produced, and so on down the line. The people like yourself will get their cars in the first year of production. There is no way to know where you will fall in line as there are still people going all in for more than $100. The larger that group becomes the longer the line. I know this isn't exactly what you wanted to hear, but I believe it to be correct. Good luck and safe driving whenever the time comes.
The important thing to understand is only those with $1,000 all in reservations get their production number. Once the reservation system is closed, that will change. Then everyone below $1,000 all in will get a number based on the amount and date of reservation. Those all in for $750, then those all in for $500 and then those all in for $100. At that point anyone want in at $1,000 will get a number, and again it will be based on amount and date of reseration. So it will be $750 want in, $500 want in and $100 want in. I hope this helps. :-) Z
it would be interesting to know how long from whatever date production begins do they project it will take to produce 36,000 Elios
There would seem to be multiple variables, including how long they stay and the initial slower production rate. How long before they hire the second shift and I am sure there are many more. I would thing several months.
agree on several months .... as calculating as EM tends to be in the process they are following, my bet is they have a good handle on the variables .... I'd be surprised if they didn't have a projection of how long it will take