We picked up our beautiful Model X 100D on Saturday. My husband spent alot of time making sure the car was in top shape before signing anything. He used the checklist that is available online. We left the dealership ecstatic. We installed the car seats when we get home and decide to take for a spin. I am driving, hubby in passenger and kids in back. The red air bag notification pops on during our 15 minute drive. We take it in Tuesday and there is some sort of connector problem underneath the seat. They are keeping the car for an unknown amount of time. They said they may have to replace the harness. To be honest, I was prepared for a squeaky window or misaligned something. But I never expected something as serious as the air bags not being able to be deployed. They had no loaner Teslas available, so we ended up with a BMW. To say we are disappointed is an understatement. Anybody heard of this light warning? Before we brought the car in, service requested my husband look under the seats for loose connectors. We found one that wasn't connected to anything. So, we spent so much money (blue color, carbon microfiber finish) and do not have the car. Pretty disappointed. This is our primary family car: soccer/car pools, road trips, etc.