Just wanted to write a quick hello, had my P90S testdrive yesterday and all I can say is ! As an avid car enthusiast, I have got to say, I think Tesla really has something here! My fiance and I had a wonderful time with the people at Syosset Tesla. They were very helpful, knowledgeable and nice, didn't get the hard sell or anything annoying like that. The salesperson who took us on the test drive gave us the option of which sub model to take out, she basically asked what level of ICE performance I was used to - V6, V8 or V10. I told her I arrived in my E60 M5 (5.0L V10 507hp), so the choice was made. P90D it is! Off we go. And I mean that. Once leaving the dealership, she had me lined up and "ready for takeoff" as the sales rep put it. Pedal down, and wow. Like I said, I'm no stranger to high HP cars, but g*ddamn-almighty! That thing goes like ---- of a shingle! I don't know how fast I achieved in how long. I didn't even know my name. What I did know, is that when seated comfortably, there is still about a good inch or so that your a** will compress into the seat while launching a P90D. The pedals seem to move away from your feet as you blast off. What an immense acceleration - no drama, no tirespin... just all go, zero show. Amazing. The car handled well, felt very much so like my M5. Heavy but in control and flat in the turns. Autopilot was unreal! Though the only practical application I could envision is a long (desolate) highway trip, or stop and go annoying traffic, I'd for sure opt for this in my future build. Normal NY traffic simply includes way too many d-bag drivers who cut you off, so having to intervene so often would defeat the purpose. I'm really looking forward to the next 2-3 years, when I intend on my purchase(s). I'm strongly considering consolidating from my current 4-car stable to 2 T-cars. If anyone has done this, please let me know your story/opinion! Also, the pricetag is rather steep. Not getting into if it's worth it or not, it still is quite an investment. I have no issue keeping cars 10, 15 years before selling, so on a long enough timeline, even $100,000 car makes "sense". I would even strongly consider buying secondhand, or "high mileage" as I'm seeing miles alone, translating to automotive wear on a Tesla is a thing of the past. Maybe battery cycles? Hours on engine? I don't know.. Anyways, I'll be spending most of my time lurking, learning, and being helpful where I can (as I do not own a Tesla yet). I'd love to hear from anyone in my shoes who went from petrol head to volt junkie! It really is a whole new world. And I have so many questions. lol Be well all!