Anybody been thinking of the possibility of lowering Cd coefficient of drag for this slippery car even further by adding an air dam? My goal would be increased fuel efficiency / more range. Even if the gain is a couple % it would make me happy knowing that I can go 8 extra km on a tank of ejuice. (Hey, it could be the difference between getting to a SC or not someday I've miscalculated or run into unfortunate circumstances!) Some experiments suggest low setting on air suspension (I have it) can produce better returns on hiway trips. So can we do better by lowering that air gap under the nose even more? Getting lowering links and slamming the battery lower to the road starts to raise the risks of puncture. But if it's just an air dam that takes a blow, and can be replaced, I'm OK with that. I've been toying with the idea of attaching something under the front nose. I'd like to collect opinions, thoughts, advice from those who may have any experience or experimented with this... maybe on a Tesla, or any other hiway car.