During the ordering process, I was debating between the 60 kWh and 85 kWh batteries. I specifically asked a Tesla rep on the telephone if, after purchasing the 60 kWh battery without supercharging, I could add the supercharging option at a later time. He told me that that would not be possible because supercharging capability requires installation of special hardware. As a result, I ended up deciding to purchase the 85 kWh battery because I thought that was a better bargain relative to the 60 kWh battery plus $2000 for supercharging. Now I find out that all 60 kWh battery vehicles are capable of supercharging. And, importantly, there is no special hardware required, in contrast to what was conveyed to me before. Had I known this I would have chosen to purchase the 60 kWh battery without supercharging since I would be able to purchase the supercharging option later if and when the superchargers are installed close to me. I don't doubt that the Tesla rep was simply repeating information conveyed to him but I don't like the fact that I was misinformed and led to make a purchase I otherwise would not have made. I hope I'm wrong but there seems to be a pattern on Tesla's part to withhold information and features (such as floor mats, center console, sunroof shade, wireless services in the future, the extended services program or warranty or whatever they're calling it, etc.) for as long as possible in order to spur increased sales.