Hi All, I currently have a Nissan Leaf. I have done the "Man maths" and can afford a CPO Model S until I get my Model 3 delivered. I have never been in a Tesla, let alone driven one. I did book into a test drive, but all the spaces were already gone for the local one. A couple of questions. 1. Does the Tesla have that really annoying amplified motor noise at low speed to warn pedestrians that can't be bothered to look? The Leaf does, and EVERY single time I get in the car I turn it off. 2. Does it have a speed limiting feature? With the miles of "average speed" cameras to go with the miles of roadworks in the UK, it is really useful in the Leaf. 3. Is there just one cigar lighter socket? 2 would be good, so I can charge my phone and run the Crash camera. 4. Does the bluetooth play music and phonecalls from a mobile phone. The Leaf stops the music to take the call and then auto resumes after. The only issue I have with that is the Map gets switched off whilst the call is in progress, which can be awkward having to put that back on whilst driving about, trying not to miss a turning. 5. Has it got a decent horn on the Tesla? The one on the Leaf is so quiet that a mouse fart would be louder. Admittedly I did have train horns on the Pick up, but that's a little excessive 6. Does it come with charging leads? As slow as the Leaf charger is, mine came with a 2.3KW 230 volt standard house hold plug lead, which in emergencies will still charge a 24KW battery in 12 hours (so about 36 hours for a 70KW Tesla). This works well when we use the car on holiday, as I can plug into the holiday home and charge it back up overnight. 7. (last question, I promise!). On the Leaf, when first switched on (which can be 10 times a day with my job), it always asks if it can send data to NIssan. If I don't click yes, then I can't review the mileage/KW used etc for that session. IS there anything that pointless on a Tesla? Many thanks for any input.