Model: Model S (85Kwh) Year: 2013 Price: $50,000 Mileage: 45,000 on the button today Color: Pearl White over black interior w/ matte obeche wood Options: Tech Package, Ultra High Fidelity Sound System, Air Suspension, All Glass Panoramic roof. Upgrades Continental Tire Pressure Monitoring System - This car had a chronic problem with it's tire pressure system. They replaced antennas, they replaced modules, they replaced sensors and looked at basically everything. The problem kept returning. This latest visit they decided to retrofit the Continental system from the newer cars. This is a paid upgrade but they did it under warranty because they couldn't fix the original. The good news is that the system now displays tire pressure on the instrument cluster. The better news is that it doesn't suck! Alcantera Headliner - This car was equipped with the textile headliner. Recently service had to replace a panoramic roof seal and gave me the car back with a seal that hadn't been properly replaced and a kinked headliner, presumably from them pulling it down? I'm not sure. It was an innocent enough mistake. They ended up replacing the headliner and all of the trim with the tan alcantera. It looks absolutely amazing. The Good: Absolutely amazing condition. Clean interior, no real scratches or scuffs on the car aside for one area on the front bumper cover and then of course normal small rock chips on the front bumper cover. Most of the early VIN stuff has been taken care of. The AC compressor has been wrapped in an acoustic blanket, the pitting rearview mirror replaced, the old door handles replaced with the new style that have some give when you pull them, etc. Newer tires, just rotated New Cabin Air Filter (I know, I know but I remembered it so I mentioned it) New drive unit - Old one made some noise under constant throttle so it was replaced though it had not failed. The new unit is silent with the exception of some normal whining during acceleration. No real balloon noise. 5 keys. Yes, 5. I had a recurring issue with low battery warnings for the key fob and so twice they replaced the keys. The car now has three new keys programmed for it and 2 extra not programmed for it. Backups in case the first three get flushed down the toilet! New cargo cover in the trunk (the original's carpet was coming separated. Early VIN cars get a couple of goodies that later became optional. One that I can think of is the ambient lighting which my car has but that is now optional. 256 miles on a full charge and 230 on 90%. The Bad: I bought my wife an i3 and apparently it suffers from an inferiority complex because coming out of the driveway one day it kissed the front bumper cover of my car. There is no damage, just some scratching. It can be touched up but I have not done this. I do have a bottle of the Tesla touch up paint that goes with the car though. Normal curb rash, at least I think it's normal. The wheels clean up nice. Nothing - No really, no other bad to report. Overall it's an amazing car. It's had it's share of issues and Tesla has resolved them. Most of the stuff wasn't huge, just annoying. A replace key fob battery message here, a chronic tire pressure system error there. I'm happy to field any questions. Pictures will be posted tomorrow. I'm currently not interested in lower offers as I'm on the fence about selling it in the first place and feel I've priced it pretty competitively.