Tesla wants to package 2 infants facing rearward in the trunk? No other car does this – maybe there’s reason why. Here’s some serious issues with this scenario:. 1) The infants will be behind the 2nd row rear seat. How many parents will want put their babies out of their view? 2) The kids will be placed inches from the rear window due to the aggressive rack the rear window. How do you load the rear children? Through the rear tailgate? What happen if child is sitting up instead of all the way back when the hatchback is slammed shut, will the child get wacked? 3) Tinted glass or not, it will get very hot in Southern California back there. Will parents want to fry their kids?!?!? 4) If infants are positioned rearward, facing up towards the rear-glass, how do you stop all the sunlight from directly hitting their eyes? Very young infants do not have the reaction to close their eyes in bright light. Facing them upwards will burn their retina’s out (UV glass or not). 5) Packaging infants back there will put them in the crush zone for rear impact. Imagine someone hitting your Model S at an intersection at 20 mph and crushing your child to death. This is bad idea. There’s a reason no one does it.