Today I finally took a Tesla Model 75D for a spin. I am currently in the market for either a new 60D or CPO 70-85D. I brought my wife with me to get her feedback as well. I personally fell in love with the car. The drive was smooth and quiet and that car can really fly. I can't even imagine a P100D. That being said, my wife was unimpressed with the interior (she didn't drive it). She sat in the back and felt the interior for a car that expensive didn't "wow" her besides the touch screen. She also got nauseous sitting in the back and she wasn't sure if it was me accelating really fast or the pano sunroof or both. I explained Tesla's interior has had some owners complaining that it isn't on par with other car's in it's price range. I also explained Tesla's selling points are technology, design and for the EV market, there is NOTHING in it's class. You can't really compare it to other ICE cars. She suggested before I spend all of this money to look at other mid-size sedans. Even though my mind is made up, to ease her mind, I popped into a Lexus dealer (ES and GS) and BMW (5 series) to compare. While both of these car manufactuers definitely give off a more classy, luxurious interior, it all falls short to me. I am coming from a 2010 BMW 328xi and the 5 series was definitely a step up from that. The Lexus cars didnt impress me at all, even though I have always found their leather to be the most comfortable and luxurious of the luxury brands. I was completely closed-minded when going to these showrooms and didn't even want to bother with salespeople. I walked out with no change of opinion, but at least now I can tell my wife, I did my due diligence Anyway, I am curious to see if other's experienced the same reaction when sitting in a Tesla for the first time? I also think as a passenger and a driver are two completely different perspectives. In addition, I think my wife isn't crazy about how much I am about to spend, so there is definitely some alterior motives there.