There are a couple of design issues about the Model S I've never seen anyone ask about, but they are things I've wondered about. 1) The central pillar in the console with the cup holders and the arm rests seems to have some wasted space. I realize the lower portion of this area has the vents for the rear seats, but there is what appears to be unused space there that could have been used for storage. If Tesla didn't want something that opens upward like a lot of cars have, they could have put in a drawer that slid forward. It wouldn't be a huge amount of space, but it could have been used for something. 2) My second question/issue is with the location of the charging port. All ICE cars these days have the gas port on one side or the other and you always have to remember which side its on when pulling into a gas station. I've been fortunate that every car I've owned has had the fuel port under the back license plate. It is the most rational place to put it from a no brainer perspective. When filling my car, I never think about how to orient the car with respect to the pump, just drive in and at long as the back end isn't too far from the pump, all is good. Trunk lids now come down almost to the bumper on sedans and vehicles with some kind of hatch or lift gate can't put the fuel port in the back because it would interfere with the trunk, so they put them on the side. And the Model S has the lift gate come down almost to the bumper too, so putting the charging port in the back would be impractical. However, they could have put it in the center front like Nissan did with the Leaf. Having the charging port in the front would make pulling into a supercharger stall easier. A lot of people have trouble backing into a slot with obstacles on both sides such as a parking spot with cars on both sides. Personally I'm not great at it and I would be sweating dinging someone else's car while pulling in to charge. My SO is an outstanding driver, she's never had an accident in decades of driving except one time when she was rear ended and couldn't prevent it. Because of some nervous system damage, she has a lot of trouble with the special relationships backing up. At her old office she had to parallel park a lot and her law partner gave her a hard time about how long it took her to get into a spot. The backup camera would help her get into a supercharger spot, but she would still struggle with it and would likely make me do it if I'm there. I've known a lot of people who would struggle or just balk at having to back into a parking space with cars on both sides. When it comes to home charging, the way our garage is laid out, the only place for the charger is on the wall to the right of my car and when the car is plugged in, the charger is going to be sticking out towards my SO's car. It will likely be impossible to walk down the aisle between the two cars when mine is charging. It looks like the charger comes with a cable long enough to reach, so that isn't a critical issue, but I still need to stretch the cable over or under the car to plug it in. A front charging point would make all these things non-issues and would be more convenient, IMO. Just a couple of design observations that I find at least a little annoying. It doesn't put me off the car, the Model S is still a 95/100 in my book and probably the next car on my list is about a 70 or less.