I haven't seen this issue posted elsewhere on the forum, and wanted to see if others have experienced this. I have a recently built (delivered 7/7/15) 85D with the auto-closing charging port door. I had pulled into a parking slot to charge and was showing the process to a friend. I opened the port by touching the door, and then saw that my friend was getting the connector cable. I moved forward to take it from him and brushed against the charging port door (1). This drove the door into the acrylic plastic of the rear light (2). I heard a crunch, and the reflector on the front of the charge port door was neatly broken at the point the door hit the acrylic frame. It did not seem that I hit the door all that hard. Of course I should have been more aware and not hit the door, but shouldn't it have stood up to this action better? Yesterday I spoke with an owner who had a Tesla built last year which did not have the auto-closing charge port door. He examined my charge port door and said it did not feel as substantial as the door on his one-year old car. I looked at his charge port door (he was charging) and I could not really tell much difference. But perhaps the redesign of the door for auto-closing resulted in a weaker door? If you have had experiences with hitting the charge port door with either the old design or the new design, I would be interested to hear what happened. I was told it's $125 for the part and $148.75 for the installation.