Tiff Needell of BBC's Top Gear and Fifth Gear fame, was in Las Vegas doing a TV show for my producer wife Paige (who by the way was a major volunteer in producing TESLIVE). Tiff is a gracious and lovely person, and definitely loves to joke around. He had a great time teasing Paige about me joining them in Vegas in the "battery on wheels", so she took the opportunity to let me take him to the airport. While he had driven the Roadster years ago, he had never been in a Model S, or even seen one in person. He was instantly impressed at the appearance of the car. I offered to let him drive, but as is the case for many people leaving Las Vegas, he didn't feel quite up to it. So I showed him some of the features of the car including the ins-and-outs of the touchscreen, the rear jump seats which he said were fantastic, and the frunk; and even though I "only" have a standard Model S, I think I made his head spin a bit more as I floored it down the boulevards. Although he was skeptical at first (see photo 1), he was quickly impressed, but was sure he wouldn't see a right hand drive version anytime soon. I let him know the first European cars are being built now. It was thrilling to be able to give Tiff his first experience in the Model S.