When I was at the DC event I happened to see a family of four getting ready for their test drive. The hatch was up and two kids were all settled in and excited for their ride (see pic). Just as the Tesla rep had finished getting them all buckled up and was starting to lower the hatch, another Tesla Rep came over and said no kids are allowed to ride in the rear facing seats. Rep #1 looked puzzled and said he was told it was ok, and rep #2 said "No. Kids aren't allowed back here for rides. You have to take them out". I asked Rep #2 why that would be and he said "These are just marketing cars". I said that my understanding was that these were fully functional production cars. He just shrugged and said they have to come out. I then said that this could be viewed as a lack of confidence by Tesla in the safety of these seats. At that point he just reiterated to Rep #1 to take them out and walked away. I'm still a bit puzzled by this and curious if anyone else had the same experience at their rides?