Unfortunately my car showed a "parking brake error" and disconnected all driver assist features, so Tesla picked it up and since it was a Sunday the service center was closed and they drove me to Enterprise to get a rental. They first gave me a Ford Expedition, I can now apply for the local transit authorities to drive buses ! With just about 6000 miles on the odometer the whole steering controls where not working, so I replaced it and got a Cadillac XT5. Before starting my "rant", the good things: 1.) Interior quality is great, at less than half the price much better than the MS 2.) Apple car play is nice 3.) Blind spot warning is much better (I think it is completely worthless in the MS) Now to the rest of my experience. As usual as an MS driver, when stepping on the accelerator, one expects that the car moves immediately and does so fast . Not so with the Caddy. Not expecting much I already floored it to get some power, so step, wait, wait, wait ROOOOOAAAAAARRR , some form of acceleration and finally at about 4000 RPM and ear-battering noise some noticeable acceleration. So I thought this must be one of those new 4 cylinder engines with 200 HP or so given the sound and power. So I went on the web to look it up. 3.6 Liter V6 with 310 HP ! But reading what Cadillac thinks about it I had to laugh loud: The 3.6L V6 engine with 8-speed automatic transmission delivers effortless acceleration that takes you to highway speeds quietly and smoothly, while the responsive handling keeps you feeling firmly in control. They must have never driven a Tesla ! So besides the terrible drivetrain, the user interface is just as bad. After 4 days I still haven't figured out how some of the stuff works. When I got the car, the AC was blowing like hell. I saw an AC icon on the touch screen and could set the fan speed but no auto mode. After a while I figured out that there is an auto mode BUTTON under the touchscreen where the AC touchscreen controls are duplicated. Once this is pressed, you suddenly see an AUTO icon in the touch screen, BUT pressing it toggles between on and off and NO auto, DUMB ! After finally done with the AC I want to go back to the main screen, but how ? Looked through all icons, clicked on some, but no home. AHAAAA the home button for the touchscreen is NOT at the touchscreen, it is BELOW outside of the screen. DUMB. Next I tried to adjust the radio volume. There are "low" and "high" arrows but touching either of them does nothing, touching in between does nothing either. After more fiddling, AHAAAA one has to SLIDE with the finger like a touch pad. Ok, selecting the radio in the touchscreen, same slider appears there but there sliding does NOT work. DUMB ! Fuel and cooling temp must be VERY important for a Cadillac because gauges for those are almost as big as the whole Tesla dash. But speed must be something so special that beside the HUGE speed gauge, you have it TWICE in the small display to the left and right PLUS another one if selected in the middle ! 4 times showing me same speed ? SUPER DUMB ! (see picture below) I lost the count how often I left the car running. So the car keeps running and music playing even if one walks away and LOCKS the door, DUMB ! I never liked the start and stop automatic but now experienced that this can even be dangerous. I parked the car in front of a small pond at a coffee shop. Motor stopped , I took my wallet, opened the door, one foot out, moving the other from the brake and car starts and creeps towards the pond ! I don't think that this only happens to Tesla drivers because colleagues driving cars which do not require a key being in a lock telling me that they also walked away with running engine. Can't wait to get my car back later and after that experience I can't understand why people buy this crappy ICE's. I take the 35k Model 3 any time over this 50k Cadillac ! And Cadillacs supposed to be the "cream of the American Car" !