I'm looking at buying a Model S w/ rear facing seats. I'm looking at either buying a 2013/2014 P85 (no autopilot, but basically everything else) for around 60K, or a new Model S 60D for around 75K (post tax rebate). And wanted to hear other peoples opinions. I figure that although the 60D has reduced range over the P85, (218 miles versus 265), that in real life the range difference would not be that great. As a current Leaf driver, I know that charging to 80% is key for preserving battery life. So my speculation is that the 60D would always be able to be charged to 100%, since it is software limited to ~78% of true capacity. Does this actually hold true? Some pros of the old car include: 21" wheels, sunroof, and faster 0-60, free superchargers Some pros of new car: Can enable HW2 AP, potential Self driving car options, so more future proof. What do people think?