Couldn't see this posted elsewhere... exactly. What are the chances of Tesla providing future models (I'm thinking Model S and *maybe* Model 3) with different gearing options? We all know that the acceleration rate is unbeatable in anything even close to its class, so perhaps those customers in high-velocity jurisdictions might prefer a taller gearing at the expense of lower end torque? Perhaps they could get the car to 155MPH at far less than 16,000RPM. I'm no EE, but that seems like one option to increase top-end speed if a customer doesn't mind the loss of the low end a bit. It's not like we could use more low-end torque since they already need to dial down the power to prevent wheel slip.