Tesla Motors is continuing on a tech trend we can get behind: delivering ahead of schedule. Just a couple of weeks ago the company was expecting to deliver the first customer models in July (already ahead of original estimates) and now Tesla is saying that the first delivery will happen on June 22nd. The news follows last night's tweet from CEO Elon Musk verifying that the all-electric sedan received a 5-star safety rating in crash tests and was therefore approved for sale to the public. Tesla also unveiled a few new features for the car, including customizable regenerative braking levels, steering resistance, and suspension. Pricing still starts at $77,400 for the base 85kWh model, which can provide a range of up to 350 miles under optimal conditions. If you haven't pre-ordered, we wouldn't set your hopes on that June 22nd date: Tesla expect to deliver half of the 10,000 pre-orders by the end of the year, which means new customers will have a big line before they drop the big money on the Model S.