Not really imo. I knew going into the purchase I was not going to benefit from all the new software that new ones get. Simple solution is to buy a new one, that's if it's in your budget and you must have the latest and greatest. Which S do you have? Dont you enjoy driving it?having a 2014 model s is really disappointing when it comes to new updates
I've been curious since I sold my 2013, what's the user experience with V10 in the early, non-AP cars? In other words, which V10 features have been rolled out, and what works?
I love my 2014 P85+. Killer suspension, still fast and quick, and a DEEP frunk. Don’t need Netflix or games, would prefer if TESLA would pay a little more and get xM categories back. And phone integration I agree is poor.
I am happy with my 2014 S 85, until the used Long Range Ravens come down in price. It will be awesome to drive Houston to Dallas without charging.
Even if a retrofit MCU 2 kit happens in the future, it will be hard for me to justify anything over $200-300. You would have to be a huge game fan
I wouldn’t trade the car for any other car other then a newer model s. But having 2 small kids makes for a pleasant supercharging experience. Having a show on Netflix and a driving beach game to play for 40 minutes on a road trip would be great.