Hello there, Several days ago my new Tesla Model S was delivered at home after a long long wait... It is a Signature/Performance VIN fully loaded except for the performance pack. I carefully went through the CoC and noticed the following: The "maximum permissible mass" is 2590kg (item 16.1) and the "mass in running order" is 2175 kg (item 13.) meaning that the max payload is "only" 415kg. I wonder how this can account for 5 passengers + luggage... The car is not certified to tow anything. Fear enough, this does not make too much sense for an EV car anyway. But item 19. (Technically permissible maximum static vertical mass at the coupling) states "Not applicable". Does this mean that there will be no possibility to fit a hook for fixing a bicycle rack (assuming accessory vendors will adapt one for the Model S)? Strange since even a Porsche would accept one... Item. 27 ("Maximum continuous rated power) : 69KW. Very low value since the motor is capable of 320KW. Maybe this is good in view of future tax measures EU government will inevitably take to draw money from Tesla owners... ;-) Item 42 ("Number of seating positions - including the driver-) : 2 front, 3 rear. How about the optional rear facing seats which I took??? I am especially worried about the last item in terms of liability and insurance coverage in case of accident. Any comments? As this is an EC-wide document, comments from any EC country are welcome.