With Supercharging free forever, aluminum construction, and almost no maintenance required, will Tesla enable a whole new generation of vagabond/hobo/tramp/bum? Imagine in 20 years you can buy a trashed Model S for $5,000, 2034 money. If you wanted to be a modern hippie you could make a bed in the back of a Model S, store your stuff in the frunk, and camp in climate controlled comfort. It is kind of a funny thought, but it could really happen. The only consistent cost would be insurance, which would be low by then and a lot of people don't buy it anyway. Will the Model S replace the VW Bus? Will Superchargers have groups of bums (I actually use that term with some level of envy) that set up camp nearby? Another question is what finally takes a Model S off the road. The electric drive, aluminum construction and free Supercharging forever makes me think that a 2014 Model S could realistically be on the road 50 years from now serving as a daily driver.