We need a new car. We have the van for the family (we have triplets). But my Mini Cooper JCW has been deemed unsafe by my wife. So she wants me to get a Tesla. Naturally I want the P85D. But it doesn't have ventilated seats, heated steering wheel (in our area), or blind spot indicators - all features that would be useful for a DD in our area where it gets down to 25F in the winters and 115F in the long hot summer. Since this is to be my DD along a 25-30 min country road commute, I want something that's at least kind of fun. I've always wanted a Porsche 911. I spent a lot of time driving a mid-80's Carrera and I miss the directness of a sports car. I'm rather doubtful that any sedan can replicate the direct feel of a sports car. Plus I find the widebody 911's to be oh so sexy. My feeling is that I could find a 997.2 widebody (GTS or C4S) and drive that until the next round of upgrades to the Model S when they finally release the features I want. I could also get a 991 C4S but that's an extra 50K or so that I could use towards the Model S. So if you've got a late model 911, please comment on the differences between that and a Model S. I know some will say the Model S is quieter. I expect that in a sedan, and frankly I prefer a loud snorty exhaust in a sports car. I like the road feel, the directness, the connectedness, and sports car feel of the 911's. Can a Model S come close to delivering that kind of experience to this motorhead?