When the 70 D was announced, lots of 60 owners were upset thinking their car just dropped in value. I was not one of those people at the time. At the end of the day, the lowest cost of entry to a Model S actually went up, and in turn would support the value of our cars. Looking at 40kWh prices, they have held up pretty well, and generally sell for a higher residual percentage than other model S's. Fast forward to the S70. Now, the cost of entry is the same as our 60's, and actually 2k less, as it includes supercharging. In addition. it has the unlimited mile power train warranty, opposed to our 125k warranty. I love my car, and have no regrets buying it, but I feel that the value of 60 kWh cars is far less today than it was yesterday. The good news for me is I plan on driving my car until the doors fall off, so residual is not a big concern for me, and the range of the 60 is sufficient for my needs, but I cant lie, I would love to have had an option to get the better power train warranty, as I will hit the 125k long before I hit the 8 years. What to my fellow 60 owners think, did our cars just loose 10k in value today, or am I concerned about nothing?