Apologies if this has already been covered but I hadn't seen mention of confirmation from Tesla management prior. I was talking to the service manager at the Indianapolis service center earlier about how customers are receiving 3D's at times with matching 3D monroney labels when they ordered and paid for P3D's. Then the service center's are just loading the Performance software on the 3D's to convert them to the P3D's that they paid for. The service manager told me that they have had several of these instances at his location as well and that these cars are legitimate P3D's that had the 3D software loaded by mistake, but that the drive unit is indeed a Performance drive unit. I questioned this again and he again assured me that there is indeed a unique part number for the Performance drive units that is different than for the AWD cars and that it is impossible to load the performance software on an AWD car if it does not have the performance drive units installed. I know several on here were speculating that perhaps the 3D's and the P3D's share the same drive units and are just software limited unless you pay for the performance upgrade. Some were thinking that later down the road the 3D's may be able to be unlocked for money, so I just wanted to share that a Tesla service manager is confirming that the hardware is indeed different and required to enable the performance features.