No. At the moment, our goal is to present an offer from you that compels the seller to work with you. We do ask that you do everything in your power to honor that offer, particularly where we take the time to have the seller confirm specifics that can impact the price (i.e. Tesla software, # of seats in a Y or X, etc.) but of course you as the buyer reserve the right to alter the offer if you discover the car is not what the seller is advertising. In that same vein, the seller has the right to back out if you try to sell them on a lower dollar amount than originally offered.
If we do decide to switch to a binding/instant offer model, we will offer plenty of advance notice.