Oops: German Dad Accidentally Orders 28 Tesla Model 3s Worth Over $1.5 Million
Buying a new car should be an exciting and rewarding process but for a dad and his son in Germany, purchasing a Tesla Model 3 online soon turned into a nightmare – if not a brief one.
Earlier this month, Germany announced that it will double the cash-back on electric vehicles purchased between June and the end of 2020. With this in mind, a dad and his son decided to replace the family’s Ford Kuga with an entry-level Model 3, complete with the optional Autopilot system.
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Taking to Reddit, the son, posting under the name ‘Ballon-Man’, says his dad first tried to place an order for a Model 3 online at approximately 9 p.m. one night earlier in the month. However, when he placed the order, he was notified that it failed to go through due to a payment issue. Clearly very eager to secure a Model 3, he kept on trying to place an order but continued to be knocked back due to the same alleged glitch. It wasn’t until 11 p.m. that same night that an order was successfully placed.
However, the pair soon realized that the ‘failed orders’ they had placed earlier in the night had actually proved successful but they just didn’t receive any order confirmations. All up, they had inadvertently ordered 28 Tesla Model 3s at €52,000 each, making for a total of just over €1.4 ...
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