I don't disagree with your statements other then the definition of quality. I don't think you will see too many car manufacturers that don't figure out they need to let the paint dry longer prior to launch. The price of being ahead of the competition is poor quality due to going to fast to manufacturing.I'm getting a Model Y.
The issues tend to be with fit and finish. If there are problems in those areas I can refuse delivery until they are fixed.
Also, Elon did not say they have poor quality today. He said the best time to buy a car is either at the very beginning of the production run or when production is ramped up. And that's true for any car. Production is now ramped up on the Y and they seem to have the kinks worked out. He said they figured out the paint problem was that they needed an extra 2 minutes to dry.
I'm getting the Model Y because of range, charging speed, and comfort on road trips. 326 miles of range and a charging speed of up to 250 kW sounds really nice.
I've taken plenty of long trips in the Bolt and we've had a lot of fun. But it does get a little difficult when you need to make more than one stop.
Plus, I'm anxious to try out Full Self Driving. I don't care that it costs $10,000. I think it will be worth it.