IF and only IF the current S60 (75 limited to 60) batteries degrade, does Tesla have a contractual or goodwill reason to avoid this degradation? See technically, since the 60 is a 75 battery, there is no reason that the 60 capacity should start losing any miles before it lost almost 15kWh down from the 75. But if it does, then Tesla is basically not doing a goodwill effort to the 60 owners despite the fact that they COULD do it. My problem is this: degradation is a physical property that is given. There is not a lot we can do about it and therefore it is widely accepted. However, in the case of software limited batteries (60, 70 and maybe some 85's?), Tesla could do battery management tricks to avoid this degradation for many many years. If they don't then they're basically enforcing a physical property that needn't be affecting these users and I can see how (if it got bad) they could be taken to court for not acting faithfully towards these owners. What do you guys think?