Now that the report of first P-AWD test drive is out, I noticed that it mentions having two anti-roll bars (front and rear) which would be great for cornering. Wall Street Journal reviews M3 Performance The Model 3’s uncanny stability while cornering is mostly the product of its lithium-battery keel; but Tesla didn’t skimp on the suspension bits: upper and lower A arms (aluminum and steel) with virtual steer axis geometry, twin-tube coilovers and anti-roll bar in front; in the rear, a multi-link geometry, also with twin-tube shocks and anti-roll bar. The LR RWD seems to just have the front anti-roll bar, which makes sense. 2017 Tesla Model 3 Specifications Does anyone have an idea if the non-P AWD also comes with two anti-roll bars? Obviously there is no AWD car out yet, but given that its a AWD, does it mean that it comes with anti-roll bars in both front and rear yet? If not, this would persuade me to change my booking from AWD to P-AWD, while I still can. Secondly I'm hoping this is not in the $5k performance upgrade package, as I already have plans to getting all those items (20" wheels, rear spoiler, suspension drop) after market.