Have you had Tesla tell you it isn’t fixable? If not, get their official recommendation and quote if they can fix it. An insurance company’s decision that a car is unfixable just means that they will pay you blue book (and there are lots of blue books), value that theoretically is what you could buy an identical car for. Because of the things that you mentioned, you may have a hard time finding a replacement ... they should pay you enough for you to buy a 1 year olds stealth with 12,000 miles or see that you’s is repaired.So I recently found out that my 2020 Model 3 Stealth was totaled. I was rear ended so it wasn't my fault at all. I only had my car a little over a year and it had 13,000 miles on it. What ACV do you think I should accept from the other insurance company? I paid around 53k for the car (not including tax). I'm also pretty upset because my car was a stealth version and I dont think stealths are available in the 2021 models. A piece of me wished that they fixed the car even though I know it's better off being totaled because I don't think I will be able to find it again. Anyways, I was just looking for some advice please!