In my test drive on Saturday I noticed that the Model S turn signal stalk is lower than I'm used to. When signaling a turn I kept hitting the cruise control stalk instead of the turn signal stalk. Maybe this is because I'm used to holding the steering wheel in the traditional 10-2 position. Modern advice for cars with steering wheel airbags seems to be to hold the wheel at 9-3 or even 8-4. Is Tesla just being weird here, or is Tesla being ahead of the times by recognizing the new recommended hand positioning?