Back "home" here in the UK working for a bit, not only am I missing my car terribly, while I drive my diesel powered Mitsubishi, (YUCK) ... (now I remember what noisy, smelly, slow, inefficient things they are!) ... Driving around I think about how the Model S will fit here. UK is an old country. As is France and the rest of Europe. Will a lot of the roads that wind their way through small villages have the width to handle this car? In one such example, Marlowe in Buckinghamshire, the approaches to the bridge are width restricted with nasty black bollards. In my car, which is narrower than S, I rub my tyres. And I am an imperfect driver like the rest of us. Brianman is the exception, but he'd love the oval roundabouts. There are many examples of this in the UK and other narrow stretches. I don't have my car handy or I'd measure the wheel width. These nasties are 85" on one side, 81" on the other. Definitely not 21" rim country? Anyone have a tape measure handy?