My wife just called, on her way home from work, driving the P85D. She drove through some rain, and the car started leaking from under the dashboard, onto her ankles. She described the amount of water as several tablespoon-fulls. As of the time I spoke to her, the water was contained on the all-weather floor mat. My concerns are, of course, where the water is coming from, and what damage it might be doing. I attempted to call my service center, but all the techs were gone. The person I spoke to is leaving a message for the service manager. I'm wondering if any of you have experienced a leak on the Model S in this area, and if so, what the cause was determined to be. I did search TMC, but can't seem to find anything related to leaks coming from under the dash. I don't have the pano roof. Also any idea how desperately I need to get the car in to the service center? This is probably a discussion for another thread, but I live 213 miles from the nearest service center, and in the past week learned that Tesla now wants to charge me $639 any time my car needs service, including warranty service. This is obviously something I am planning to take up the ladder at Tesla, as it was not the agreement in place when I purchased the car. But I find it unlikely that I'm going to be able to resolve this issue by tomorrow, so knowing how critical it is to get the car in to a service center would be helpful. Thanks!