Hi All -- I'm trying to find the right Tesla for myself and I've made an interesting observation. Up here in Canada, the Tesla authorized loaner/demo cars here are all speed limited to a max of 140 kmph or there about. Here's the TL;DR version -- Is a dealer demo as fast as the same model as an owner car? (asides from the acknowledged governed rate of ~140kmph). On a MX are the 20" vs 22" rims the difference from feeling g's that make you laugh uncontrollably or an experience that just is mellow yet fast? My OA indicated that there should be no difference, but he's never driven in an owners car. ** I had an opportunity to take a MS P100D and using the Tesla logo, we changed the models from 60-75-90-p100d during my test drive. We didn't do a ludicrous launch - just mashed the pedal and I was less than impressed. I drive an X5M, but I was intrigued as the lack of sound and shifting seemed like it might be what's missing. I was double impressed when I changed lanes and just about hit the curb on the other side as in my ICE vehicle I should have just about ready to steer back as a proper lane change however I was actually double the distance so that caught my interest. Yes she's fast, but with the lack of audio cues, and lack of feeling gear changes, but I didn't feel any real g-forces. Anyhow -- I ended up driving an owners MX 90d - and what hell. From 0-40 kmph I physically giggled as the vehicle squished my guts. Again from 60-90 kmph - again giggled uncontrollably. Several more mash the throttles, and I was in love. This is a MX 90D. Although - A direct run from 0-100 kmph -- didn't raise an eye brow, X5M was definitely faster. This vehicle was on OEM 20", and 6 passenger. I had two concerns for this vehicle. One, I felt sort of ill after the trip, my internals sort of hurt and was wondering if I really wanted a vehicle like this. Two - 0-100 certainly felt so so compared to the X5M. The answer was yes -- I wanted to get one. So with renewed vigor - I got a 90D loaner figuring the amount of times I do a 0-100 I didn't care. The short bursts which make you smile and you feel the g's is what this car is all about. So I took a dealer MX 90d with 22" OEM rims out for test drive. I did the same types of things with the dealer car. I never once giggle uncontrollably. My internals didn't feel any different. I just felt it was a zippy little vehicle, and I tried moving the modesfrom a 60-75-90d. I know SOC plays a role but the vehicle was fully charged, and the same experience from 95% to about 60%. I couldn't replicate the laughter, nor the feeling ill after the ride. I was crushed. So here's the question. Are the demo/loaners also torque dialed back? If not, it it just the difference from a 20" to 22" wheels? Any opinions, observations? S.