Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk wants to make things easier for Model 3 buyers and so, he has created a solution to significantly reduce the time it takes for new customers to receive their delivery.

During a conference call with investors, Musk revealed plans to reduce the process from an hour to merely five minutes. The company plans to send the instructional videos along with the paperwork ahead of time to speed up the process.

Seeing that it currently has a backlog of over 400,000 reservations and a planned production rate of 5,000 cars per week by the end of 2017, this move sounds like a great way to save both the company and the buyer’s time.

A survey on the various threads on Reddit show that most folks are happy with this news as they are all too familiar with the long process of acquiring a new car from the dealer.

Some even found it annoying that the process to collect a new car usually takes so long with the salesman explaining things that most people are already well aware of.

However, we have to keep in mind that Tesla’s Model 3 is an electric vehicle and not everyone is exactly well informed on how an EV works.

Despite most of us being pretty much tech savvy these days, there are still some things that we may not know when it comes to EVs. So, will merely watching instructional videos equip us with all there is to know on the Model 3?

The Model 3 is Tesla’s most affordable car yet and it offers up to 215 miles of ranger per charge. The model can hit a 60mph in under 6 seconds and features supercharging capabilities.

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