Hello Teslians, First off, I'm currently purely a wannabe but have been following Musk and his companies for many years. I'm not a 'green' person whatsoever (in fact, the quicker we kill this planet the faster we will be motivated to get off it, but Elon Musk is working on that too), however as a IT-person I am very impressed with Tesla's continual car and software upgrade cycles, the cars LOOK yummy and the features even more so which is unfortunate for my man-(musthave)-genes. With my intent covered, let me move on to current circumstances - I've been mostly a Mercedes driver the last 10 years (C-class then E-class) - currently I am about 1.25 years into a 3 year lease for the current E-class I am in so I have "plenty of time". My commute to work and back is about 60 miles (EV potential!) round-trip daily to London, on the motorway (Autopilot!). I am 6ft tall and very-very (read: too) wide framed. Moving on to finances - I was always under the impression that Tesla's were way out of my financial reach, but upon re-realising that the £650/odd-pm that my E-class is costing me I can nearly be in a base Model-S with some extras (man calculations!). I also started my own limited company that I contract work/through less than a year ago and it might open up more options longer term. I am also admittedly one of those men-folk who absolutely have to avoid dealerships (and especially test driving) at ALL costs possible as I will like what I drive immediately and will no doubt kill all my savings/ccards on the spot to "get it now", so I am trying to avoid those shops/displays as much as I can until it makes sense to make the jump. So (finally) here's my two questions - 1 - Are there any BigGuy's here who can comment on the Model S driver space compared to other cars (of course preferably a Mercedes). I know my knees would be around my head for a roadster, and I assume whatever the answer is that the Model X would give slightly more space whilst presumably the Model 3 would be a bit more cramped (since the speculation is it is about Mercedes Model C sized) but since only the Model S is a practical comparison right now I'm keen to hear. I understand that the head-space around the back seats are not fantastic and that a sunroof is probably a good option for taller types - but regardless, I'm keen to hear what larger people have to say whilst I am actively avoiding climbing into a Tesla for the sake of my wallet 2 - More a question for my accountant, however I would like to hear from those of you who are putting their car through their limited companies. As a IT person my job does not require travel or a car for that matter (I just don't like public transport so I drive), so I'm concerned about any 'company car' through the company, other than the obvious vat saving, are there any other benefits in putting it through your limited company that I am not realising yet? Also, how many filing-years do you suspect the company would need to qualify financing it through the company? (I am assuming at least two years). Regardless of the answers, thanks for this community, I already learned quite a lot from just trawling the forums!