Which is a good attitude to some extent but. I'll take the most efficient setup and then decide if I want to drive it more efficiently or if I want to launch full pedal. I can count on one hand the number of times in my life I would have needed to use the full speed of even the slowest Tesla. I have no desire to take a Tesla over 120 mph, I'll likely never take it over 100. I'd very very rarely ever take it over 90. I could see my self regularly using 80 on a downhill occasionally. The gearing in the car has to be set to allow that maximum speed. Whatever it is set to also affects maximum acceleration and my efficiency at 50 mph steady state. I'd rather they focus on efficiency at or below the speed limit so that I get better range. Top speed and acceleration will still be better than I need even if they do that.