Now that the Roadster has stopped production, I thought it would be interesting to (try to) document the various options for the Roadster that were available over time. I was on the waiting list in 2008 and made my options choices at that time, but the stock market crash ended up making me wait until 2011 to get my Roadster. I have images from the web configuration, and noticed that over the years the options changed. If anyone can remember all the options, it would be great. I can list them here by editing the original post. Paint colors: Signature 100 had a dark metallic green, almost black, that was not available otherwise. Were there other exclusive Sig 100 colors? Standard 2008 models had 2 solid, 5 metallic, and 5 premium The 2011 models had 2 solid, 6 metallic, and 6 premium The final 5 VINs had one or two custom colors Seats: Besides microfiber, there were many leather options, colors, and patterns. In 2008, there were standard, premium, and premium two-tone. premium two-tone offered 2 colors out of a set of 9 total, in a traditional style, rally 1, or rally 2. the head restraint could be selected in either of the 2 selected colors. I've seen some Roadsters in the field with some really hideous combinations of interior colors! By 2011, there were standard, premium, executive, and executive + carbon fiber. base colors were reduced from 9 to 3, the 2 rally choices were reduced to 1, and the headrest was limited to matching the base color. Exterior/interior: I never paid much attention to the carbon fiber accents, so I have no idea whether they changed over time The front bumper was one obvious change, although it was never really an "option" unless you count the "2.25" models Inside, the single DIN versus double DIN was an option that is unfortunately locked in once the car is built, or at least it takes significant, non-reversible modification to change from one to the other Wheels: Nobody makes wheels for the Tesla Roadster except Tesla Motors. There have been many variations in style, and even a few mistakes where wheels were made with the wrong finish. I've actually seen some owners seek out these "mistakes" because they prefer the aesthetics of the unintentional design. Basically, there are cast and forged, with black and silver colors options for the forged (and the mistaken finish as an "option" for the cast wheels). In summary, I am mostly interested in options that have changed or disappeared over the lifetime of the Roadster. Now that the vehicle is a part of history, it seems worthwhile to document these little details.