I picked up my Model 3 Standard Range Plus on Thursday. There were a few niggles including a poorly stitched rear seat which they replaced and some marks on the paint that they polished out. There was a mark on the front bumper which they are going to have to respray and today I just noticed a loud rattle from inside the front passenger door when I go over a bump. However, my main grumble is the panel gaps. There is quite a large step between the black trim between the 2 passenger doors. The part where the C-pillar meets the boot lid is also poorly aligned. The delivery guy said that these were within Tesla's tolerances and they wouldn't be doing anything about it which I think is shocking for a £43,000 car. The step up between the doors is particularly noticeable. There are other minor panel gap issues which I'm prepared to live with.I've uploaded photos and wondered what everyone else thought?