For Canada, the Model S needed "new labels, language modifications and a vehicle immobilizer" before Transport Canada would certify the car. Deliveries will be starting very soon. Tesla's first Canadian store is in Toronto. The immobilizer is a device that would be good to have in other regions, too, since it automatically prevents the car from starting if the keys are not present – an anti-theft device, in other words.
Meanwhile, over in Hong Kong, Tesla has already received around 300 reservations for the Model S (and Model X). Last week, at the official launch at the Cyberport Arcade, these reservation holders were able to meet each other and test drive the EV on the streets of Hong Kong.