From the latest photos in the rear jump seat thread, it looks like Tesla went cheap on the rear jump seats (all cloth now). Note: poster said it was from an EU spec car. I don't know if this is a confirmed permanent change yet, or some sort of now option, but it make me curious about all the changes they've make to the jump seats over the last year. I've compiled a list of photos I've found to capture the evolution of the rear jump seats. EARLY VERSION: Here, I also highlight the all-chrome rear sill and the "adjustable rear head rests". (I had no idea early versions of the car had adjustable head rests until now) VERSION 2: In the following photo's I've highlighted some of the design changes which includes how the rear jump seats have a cool looking "roll-bar" type handles, as well as adding a cup holder. I also highlight some Model S changes, which no longer have adjustable rear head seats, and how the sill is now partially chrome. The following photo the rear jump seats is the same, but you can notice that the bumper sill is no longer chrome. Just something to point out (I have the non-chrome version in my P85, so that change was pre 58xx) VERSION 3: So from the latest photos in the rear jump seat thread, the rear jump seats now look all-cloth. This looks really cheap. I applaud Tesla for it's efforts to increase margins to make this company very successful (well, sort of, I kind of disagree with the ginormous increase in an apples to apples loaded P85 vs end of 2012 P85, but that topic's for another thread), but to go THIS CHEAP on the rear jump seat? C'mon Tesla, but is a ~$100k car. Now you're making it look like a $30k car when you make the jump seats look like this. I really hope this photo was a fluke (old prototype? the poster said its from an EU spec car...) and not a permanent change... Do any new cars in US have this? The other question I have is whether or not this all-cloth version always existed and this was just the first photo found of it. E.g. for cars that choose textile seats + rear jump seat option, were the rear jump seats 'textile' too or were they leather? If so, then this last photo isn't a new change but rather just the first photos we've seen of them (I would guess that most people get leather so there may not be many of these all-cloth versions installed). I can't really tell from that photo of the interior seats are textile or cloth. Anywho, if this is not the case and the rear jump seats are permanently cloth for everyone everywhere, man they just got UGLY. Why the change Tesla?