First off I'm a proud owner of a S60 and its by far the best car I've ever driven. I love the car to death and my peers are sick of me talking about it. I'm in love with the technology, the company's vision and also their CEO. However, there's always been one thing I especially do not like which is the marketing for this company. Time after time I get these questions from friends about misleading things the Tesla marketing team publishes such as price, range, etc. I know these have been discussed in other threads but I wanted to consolidate everything here as I'm seeing a trend here. I know other companies do the same by publishing misleading information such as mpg (aka Hyundai) or prices (under 30k for a "luxury" car aka Mercedes Benz). I just hope they shape up with the Model X and E and future marketing. List of misleading marketing claims I've noticed which most have been corrected on the website. 300 mile range at 55mph. Who drives that slow on the freeway?! Under $500 effective monthly costs. Shady to factor in time for traffic and fill in. You shouldn't even factor in the electricity savings since you're still paying for that part of the car out of your pocket. 7 passengers. Turns out 2 seats are only limited to kids and will only last a couple years until they cant fit there. Also I heard there is no ventilation so you probably don't want to put your kids there anyway. Highest safety rating ever by the government. Turns out Tesla calculated their own rating from the results and the government never said that. 120kw supercharging. Promised back in the summer and still not seeing it in major SC stations in the US. Supercharger roll out. I know they promised a bunch of stations by the summer. I appreciate the hard work and I understand there are set backs. However, I wouldn't promise anything I'm not certain of.