Now that we've had a Model S for about a month, it's unbelievable how old fashioned our gas-powered cars seem. We currently have a Buick Enclave as our 'people-hauler' because the Lamda's offer by far the roomiest third-row seat. It is no problem to carry adults in the third row of this vehicle. Legroom is a tad tight for 6+ footers, but it still works. The reason for this post is: Elon Musk has repeatedly said on calls, interviews, etc. that the Model X will "hold 7 adults and their luggage." I've only been able to see crappy photos of the Model X prototypes on display, but from what I've seen, the third row is currently quite diminutive. Much smaller looking than our Enclave. I can't figure out how it could be possible for adults to be comfortable back there. Are they still working on the interior design, with the intent that the final design 3rd row will be roomy for adults? Is this optimistic "Tesla math?" Is there something I'm not seeing? I really want the Model X to be able to replace the Encalve in a couple years, but we can't sacrifice passenger room.