The car manufacturer promises monthly draws for Model Y and quarterly draws for Roadster.
Tesla has announced through its blog that it will re-launch its customer loyalty program. The original program was canceled early February of this year because the company cost a lot of money.
With code invitations, the new owner of the electric car receives free charging for a certain time. Both customers receive the equivalent of charging in Supercharger fast chargers equal to 1500 kilometers. The owner from whom the code comes is therefore rewarded with a new customer who has bought the car and entered the invitation.
In addition, owners who invite other customers will have the opportunity to win Model Y and Roadster. Both cars & # 39; s will be Founder & # 39; s Series and signatures of founder Elon Muska and designer Franz von Holzhausen. About Model Y is signed every month from 1 May, a new Roadster every three months with the first draw around 1 June.
However, if the customer is one of those who, along with the car, have also arrived for free at Supercharger stations for life, each recommendation will receive two entries for the draw.
However, some restrictions apply. The program only applies to orders that have not been placed before March 21 of this year and the ordered vehicle must be delivered. Conversely, rewards do not apply to the latest Model Y and used vehicles.
What could be obtained earlier?
Finally, the previous loyalty program was much more generous. The rewards include a € 500 credit to buy Tesla products, two sets of discs for Model S and Model X, a home battery Powerwall 2 or even a discount to buy SuperSports Roadster. The code of the well-known YouTuber Marques Brownlee, nicknamed MKBHD, even used so many people to claim a 100% discount.
However, other "small things" that can be obtained were also interesting. For example, you can have your photo uploaded in the room, get access to software updates for cars, invite you to a new model, drive a tunnel machine or view the start of last year Falcon Heavy Rockets.