Hi all, being an auto enthusiast I've always been interested in the performance variants of the model S, but know very little about them WRT cost of ownership/unforeseen costs/battery life expectancy/etc. so I figured there would be no better venue to gather information than this forum. I have always had vast ICE vehicles, but am not opposed to an EV and Tesla is the only variant i'm currently considering. I have a slightly modified Trackhawk FWIW that can hit 0-60 in 3.1 seconds regularly. I know the P90D ludicrous mode Teslas are a bit quicker (I think ~2.8 0-60) but lose steam up top (not a demerit to me). To me, the gas saving and environmental aspects are not on the top of my decision making tree but longevity and maintenance for things that are seemingly out of warranty on a 4 year old car (looking at 2016/17 MY) are what have me worried. You can fix parts in an ICE engine as things wear, but if your battery dies or some electrical component must be replaced on a Tesla, the out of pocket costs go up exponentially (right?)? So my major questions are- What is the expected battery life of a P90D with ludicrous mode (spare me the "it varies based on driver" comment)? Is buying a used Tesla with ~50k miles a bad idea (I've heard horror stories about brake replacement costs out of warranty)? Are there any major differences in MY from a 16' up that might have you experts considering a later generation? Do any of you regret going from a fast petrol vehicle to the tesla? What should I stay away from? What should I look for when researching used models (screen yellowing/etc.)? Sorry for the long post, but I know it is best to be thorough when considering spending around 60-75k on a car Thanks in advance!