You will not find a more complete March 2014 built Tesla Model S P85+. I am the original order who custom ordered this car with an original purchase price of $124,000 - it has every option available at the time with the exception of the rear facing seats. If you bought the equivalent car new today, it would cost you $1400 per month. (compare to the Model S 90D) - selling to buy the P100D. Additionally this car has several desirable upgrades: ◦ This Model S is covered by a 4-year, 50,000 miles limited warranty that includes all standard equipment, the transmission and the complete powertrain (excluding tires). The factory Tesla warranty has been extended an additional 4 years or 50,000 miles beyond the original terms. You can retain it or decline it and I will drop the price $4,000. ◦ The battery and drive unit are covered for 8 years and unlimited miles or until March 2022. ◦ Warranty coverage includes a complementary loaner car. ◦ Tesla cellular Data upgraded to the faster LTE verses the 3G that was standard equipment in March 2014. - $500 option ◦ EcoHitch 2" receiver to carry bikes, surf boards, ski's etc. made exclusively for Tesla. - $700 option ◦ Spectra PhotoSync® Window Tint. This nano technology window film adjusts its solar energy rejecting properties based on solar intensity. - $600 option ◦ Tesla All Weather floor mats, trunk liner and frunk liner - made by Weather Tech and custom made for Tesla - $300 ◦ Tesla PVD Black Chrome 21” Wheels with Michelin Pilots Sports 245/35VR21 front and 265/35VR21 Tires - $4500 option ◦ Blackvue DR650GW 2 Channel security cameras with 64gb storage - $300 option ◦ Solid Black Paint ◦ Tan Nappa Leather - $2500 ◦ Carbon Fiber Decor ◦ Carbon Fiber Spoiler ◦ PANO Roof - $1500 ◦ Smart Air Suspension - $2500 ◦ Ultra High Fidelity Sound System - $2500 ▪ 12 Speakers 560 Watts ▪ XM capable ▪ Slacker internet radio included ▪ TuneIn internet radio included ▪ USB X 2 stick capable ▪ Bluetooth capable ◦ Premium Upgrade Package - $3000: ▪ LED Fog and Cornering Lights ▪ HID headlights ▪ Automatic keyless entry ▪ Power folding heated side mirrors ▪ Parking sensors and rear backup camera ▪ Lighted door handles (power extending) ▪ Interior accent Lighting ▪ Power everything including rear lift gate ◦ SubZero Weather Package - $1000: ▪ Seat Heaters for all 5 passenger seats ▪ Wiper Blade Defrosters ▪ Washer Nozzle Heaters ◦ Includes Supercharger high speed charging access ◦ High Amperage Charger upgrade - $1500 includes: ▪ Dual 10KW Chargers - allows you to charge at up to 55 MPH on Tesla 80 AMP High Power Wall Connector. ▪ High Power Wall Connector is not provided with this purchase as I am keeping it for my new P100D that is on order. ◦ Mobile App Keyless Entry with remote Pre-heating/ cooling/ Geolocation and remote starter ◦ Specifications: ▪ 470 HP Motor ▪ 443 lbs. of torque at 0 RPM ▪ 0 to 60 in 4.2 (to get same performance you have to buy the Telsa Model S 90D today) ▪ 89 MPG(e) ▪ Top Speed 140 MPH ▪ Range ~260 miles on full charge Awards: • 2013 AutoGuide.com Reader's Choice Car of the Year • 2013 World Green Car of the Year. • Automobile Magazine's 2013 Car of the Year, a unanimous decision. • CNET Tech Car of the Year for 2012 • Consumer Reports gave the Model S a score of 103 out of 100, its highest ever. The Model S broke the rating scale of Consumer Reports during its most recent test. • Consumer Reports' 2013 survey of owner satisfaction produced a score of 99 out of 100, "the highest the magazine has seen in years.”In 2014 the Model S topped for the second year in a row Consumer Reports survey of owner satisfaction. This time the Model S had a score of 98 out of 100. • Consumer Reports found the Model S to be 'Best Overall' for 2014 across all 10 categories of cars, light trucks and SUVs, chosen from more than 260 vehicles the organization has recently tested. The magazine considers the Model S a "technological tour de force, while pricey, is brimming with innovation."In 2015 they rated the Model S at 103 (breaking the scale). • Green Car Reports' Best Car To Buy 2013 • Motor Trend 2013 Car of the Year, also a unanimous decision and the first winner in the award's history to not be powered by an internal combustion engine. • Natural Resources Canada 2013 EcoENERGY for Vehicles Awards in the full-size category • Popular Science's Auto Grand Award Winner Best of What's New list 2012. • The Telegraph included the Model S in its list of the top 10 cars that changed the world published in December 2014, and also named the electric sedan the most important car of the last 20 years. • Time Magazine Best 25 Inventions of the Year 2012 award. • Yahoo! Autos 2013 Car of the Year. • American Automobile Association Green Car Guide 2015, top spot (P85D).The Model S also won the 2014 AAA Green Car Guide.