I saw a brief discussion of this on another thread, but it got dropped before an answer was given, and I have not heard from current Model S owners so I am going to ask this in another way. Most cars come with a "glove box." Presumably, this is first and foremost a place to put one's driving gloves. However, I have never owned driving gloves. But thinking back to the movie Drive, they looked pretty damned badass. So maybe I'm missing out. Apparently all drivers in years gone by had to have them and that is why all cars have a glove box. I have always assumed this was a holdover terminology from way back when cars were not heated and one had to always wear gloves on cold days. Recently, I brought this up to a friend of mine who is a sports car collector and weekend car racer, and he said that he often wears driving gloves because they improve his grip on the wheel and he just likes they way they feel. So to get to my question: Does the touchscreen work with driving gloves on? If not, why have a glove box that is referred to as a glove box rather than a storage compartment, or some other terminology? Are there going to be Tesla-branded driving gloves that work with the screen? I'm just posing the question. Please discuss. Thank you for any responses. I would particularly like to hear from any current model S owners who have tried to use the touchscreen with traditional driving gloves on. Now, I do realize that there are driving gloves with no finger tips and that would potentially make this a moot point. But for purists out there who like full gloves--what is the deal? Cheers.