I'm talking about the bumper-to-bumper warranty, of course. For example, when buying my 2014 Model S, I was under the distinct impression that I had a 4 year/unlimited mile bumper-to-bumper, and 8 year/unlimited mile drivetrain warranty. I remember that being one of the pride points when promoting my car to acquaintances. That is not the case today, and the fact that the warranty is not a part of the document set in your Tesla account, but rather a shared document makes it impossible to verify if my warranty was ever different. So, was an unlimited bumper-to-bumper ever a thing, or am I confused (misinformed by the salespeople of 2014)?