I have a new P90DL and a wife who doesn't like it. I am trying to determine how I can get her comfortable with the vhevcle and all of it's features. Any input, or suggestions? I may be doing something wrong. To give this a starting point, not getting rid of the wife (after 33 years of marriage....the car would go first). She loves fast cars. Her own is a Mercedes AMG, I moved from a Mercedes SL550 (which she loved). Here are issues: 1 - Seats are uncomfortable hard and flat compared to what she is used to. Can not imagine sitting in them for a long trip (we are doing a long trip in her ICE AMG that we were going to take the S on for this main reason (I find the seats comfortable). 2 - Seatbelts cut across her neck and can not be moved (this one I agree with. Can't figure out why Tesla made the seatbelt so that it could not be moved. 3. Hates that when she goes out to the car it is always locked (anyway to disable this so it stayed unlocked in the garage. That seems like such an easy thing to implement using gps. 4. Doesn't like when putting the car in park you have to push a screen button to have the seat and wheel to go into EXIT mode 5 - Afraid of Autopilot (thank you newsmedia). 6- When I use adaptive cruise control, she thinks the car approaches the car in front way to quickly and then slows down. Feels like it is not engaging (had this feature in the Mercedes and it was not as abrubt). I have it set at 7 which seems like it should start slowing much further back. 7 - She loves speed but hates Ludicrous. Tells me every time I engage it, she gets a headache. 8 - Can't figure out why I didn't get another sports car but purchased a sedan (something I have not owned for about 20 years). She thinks sedans are not fun cars. 9 - She does love the look of the car. 10 - So far she has refused to even try driving it. Any input welcome...I want to get her to the point that she is at least comfortable to travel in it. We have always had a rule that we let each other pick the vehicles that we want without undue duress from the other. Over the years we have always ended up liking each other's car (she did not like my S550, and I could not stand her gutless Land rover Discovery).