Called Tesla today to finalize my car. Selected White exterior perfomance model with gray interior. I selected gray because the cream piping on the performance seats match the headliner color and is close to the white exterior color. The Tesla rep suggested that I change the gray interior to tan. His reasoning is that the gray makes the car look my "antiquey" (his word), whereas the tan makes the car look more sporty. He also said that as the gray wears, it will look bad, whereas the tan will look "graceful" (again, his word). I am going with carbon fiber (CF) trim, and gray wheels. I've never had a car with a gray interior. I like the tan on the regular model, but am concerned that the gray piping on the tan leather will clash with the car, as there is no gray in the car. The cream piping on the gray leather matches the headliner. So, what do people think about the color coordination and possible wear factor. Should I change from gray to tan? If I were getting the regular version, I would select the tan leather. My concern is the piping color on the performance version. Any decorators here? Thanks.