Where to even begin? -P85D base price of $105k without destination fees (previously $106k and change included destination fees) -85D base price of $85k without destination fees (previously $86k and change included destination fees) -85 base price of $80k without destination fees (previously $81k and change included destination fees) -70D is new option for $75k without destination fees. 60 gone, replaced with 70D for only $4000 more that the old 60 (previously $61k and change included destinations fees); supercharging included too! -P85D acceleration now officially 3.1 seconds. Did that come with Firmware 6.2? -85D acceleration improved to 4.4 seconds! Horsepower up to 422HP (previously 376). Now competitive with Audi S7! Firmware upgrade? -70D acceleration 5.2 seconds, same as the 85D previously. -Tech Package gone, many of the former tech packages items are now standard (keyless entry, folding heated side mirrors, LED daytime running lights, homelink) or moved to premium package (see below) -Auto Pilot separated into the upcoming convenience features ($2500 option that can be activated after delivery for $3000) and standard features (wonder if you don't get this, do you get standard non-adaptive cruise control?) - I like this approach. Why pay for features that aren't even on yet? -Premium Package $5000 includes the old Premium Interior plus LED corning lights, lighted door handles, and power liftgate -New colors (warm silver metallic, ocean blue metallic, obsidian black metallic), all $1000 options -Loan pricing disappeared -P85D top speed and performance disclaimer text gone -gas savings price shown again on the model selector (don't like this, please show both or the pre-savings price) -rear facing seats increased to $3000 (was $2500) -panoroof decreased to $1500 (was $2500) -21" silver turbine wheels only available with P85D! -standard leather seats are now $1750 (was $1500) -black alcantara now $1500 and white alcantara now $750 (both previously $1000?) -interior photo is from a new angle, IMO meant to hide the fact that the NextGen seat option doesn't come with NextGen rear seats.