I have owned my model 3 performance since June 2021 and I've done 20,000km in it. I thought after almost a year and a half of owning it I'd post about how it's fairing. From a driving and running concern I can't fault the car. From a build point of view its probably the worst car I've ever owned comparing against, Toyota, Lexus, BMW and Mercedes. Out of all those brands I never had a build quality problem. So far with my Tesla after only 20,000km I've got cracking in my timber trim on the front dash, creeking drivers seat, the vegan leather steering wheel at the 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock positions is stretched and when the cabin is warm is bubbling up, the carbon attachment to the boot is starting to come away on one side and the car seems to be developing a creeking/rattle behind the rear seats. It happens when the road is dead flat and being so quiet in the cabin any rattles or noise are extremely frustrating. I've tried to locate the sound it almost sounds like it's coming from part of the rear frame. Also, whenever driving in rainy weather the air-conditioning stinks for the first minute or so after starting the car. Obviously all these items will need to be attended to by the service department, but it's extremely disappointing compared to all the other cars I've owned. I have to ask if there's this much wrong after 20,000km how much more will there be after another 20,000km. Don't get me wrong I love the car, but for a $100k spend, I expect it to be holding up better than it does.