Hello Guys! I currently own a 2016 Nissan Leaf, but have of course pre-booked a Model 3. Using the Leafs navigation system I must say I was pleasantly surprised, and I also wonder how it stacks up against Teslas. Here are some features that I wonder exist in Tesla: * See list of closest charging stations (not only superchargers) *When navigating a route, I can select if I want to go the fastest way, the most ECO way (using less energy), the shortest way or avoiding highways. We used it yesterday when driving home from our country hose. The fastest way was via a highway, but if I would have driven as per the regulation at 70 miles per hour, I wouldn't have reached my destination. Selecting ECO meant it chose another way, which was shorter but had a lower speed limit, and we got all the way home on one charge. It also shows me how much charge I will have left with the different options. Also when selecting the routes I can see them on the map before I make my selection, to see how different they are. (kinda like google maps) Each selection shows me how long I would travel on the selection, how long it would take, and my charge level when arriving, together with the outline on the map for all the different choices (color coded) *Telling me to keep left or right on the highway when one lane will break off to another location. Also shows a cartoon picture of how it will look and approximately what the signs will say over the road. And of course while the voice says "keep left" the picture shows exactly which of the left lanes I need to be in to continue on the correct path. When going into a roundabout it will show a breakout cartoon picture of the roundabout, correct with the number of exists and which way I should go. Of course it also has a voice saying the same thing. When getting close to an exit on the highway it will also show a picture how the exist ramp looks, and what the sign will say (exit number) It also shows a bar that counts down the meters until the exit ramp so its easy to correlate with the actual road signs. What it doesn't do, and what I wish Tesla does, is take into account traffic queues and such.Right now I need to run Waze as well to get that data.