I. Really. Want. A. Model. S. I'm in Vancouver, Canada and am literally in the market right now for a new car. After realizing my daily commute is really less than 30-40 km/day (< 25-30 total mi/d) and my 4 year old M3 has only 35,000 km (~22K miles), I realize that all I need the is the 60 kWh Model S, it was harder to justify the 85 kwh model or my initial choice of the P85. The only real road trip I'd do in the Tesla is ~65 mi to our cottage. If I understand what I've read, even if you don't buy the Supercharger option at purchase, the 60 kwh Model S's have the necessary hardware, thus the $2150 Cdn is basically a membership/access charge for the Supercharger network. Since there are no Canadian Superchargers yet, and I don't do long range trips in this car, I'm not sure of the value of buying it straight away. I still think the wording of both sites is misleading, hinting that the extra charge is required for the supercharging hardware. It says "Includes all hardware, software, and unlimited free charging..." when I think, in truth, it really means "Includes software and unlimited free charging..." That said, as the network expands or I if I choose to do trips to Seattle/Oregon, Supercharging MAY become a need in the future (although we have an SUV for longer trips anyhow). The US site shows the fee is $2500USD after delivery but nothing is stated for the Canadian site. See screenshots: Does anyone know: 1. Do Canadian 60 kwh Model S units have the Supercharger hardware already in them regardless of order specs? 2. If so, how much is after-delivery activation of this in Canada? I've had no answers from Tesla sales via email.