Update: Well rumor is our Model X 75D will be returning to our stable tomorrow... after a month in Service. I had mentioned prior that we were given an Infinity QX80 loaner that was just about the most horrid and somehow hilarious mode of transport I have ever driven. Well, a week ago I could take no more. I contacted the Service Center and asked if they could put us in ANYTHING else other then the QX80 (a.k.a.: "Fat Betty"). They set aside a Model X P90DL AP1 for us loaded with all the options. Now granted having our car in service for a month (not all the SC's fault... the contracted body shop failed to make the correct repair the first time and the whole process had to start anew.) could be an upsetting thing for an owner but as I have said prior. I'm a car nut. I don't car what car. 1972 Toyota Corona wagon. A Dodge Viper. A Pontiac Aztec! I love them all even if they are penalty boxes because each car has it's own personality and it's own... "thing". Heck, even the difference between two similar cars... our Model X 75D and a Model X P90DL was telling. First, the Model X P90DL loaner rattles quite a bit. That was surprising. Also, the 22" wheels really do impact both ride quality and efficiency. It is noticeable. But the speed. Oh... lord have mercy. This is the first car I have driven that actually has made me feel queezy as a driver. you get launch control right and this thing will change the earth's rotation. My buddy Tony is a real 'Merican car guy. Detroit, Ford, Chevy, Big Block... you get the idea. So as we are getting in the MX P90DL for his first ride I tell him: "This car is as American as any with about 99% of it's components not only made in the U.S. but made right here in California." Tony just say's: "This isn't "American. It's an iPhone". 3... 2... 1... Launch control released on Tony and all his internal organs. He sequels like a girl as I gave him 4 full 0-50 mph launches back to back to back to back on a deserted stretch. He then just says "Okay, Okay... stop. Dude. It's making me sick." We were laughing so hard. Is it worth $10,000? No, of course not. (Well, yes. Maybe...) No. Not worth it. (Yes it is) No it's not. Anyways, it is a great parlor trick. And one that the car repeated over and over without overheating or coding out. Now this loaner stickered out at something like $154,000. That is $61,000 MORE then our moderately optioned out AP2 Model X 75D. With the monetary gap between those two Model X's I could buy 3/4's of a soul stirring 505hp Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio. So I am happy to report that as much as I am addicted to the time machine that is the P90DL Model X, the lowly Model X 75D is 95% of the car for 40% less. It's like a sweet Ted Baker suit hanging on the clearance rack... when it works.