Seems hard to win to buy a Tesla to save money.
First, the car costs more than an ICE equivalent. Then it does have unexpected higher costs such as more expensive tires that wear faster.
You miss the cost of engine oil changes, but the annual cost of cleaning out the mold from your AC coils costs 3 times as an oil change. Then there's still 4 other fluids, like other ICE cars that need changing. And they have an odd, risky, and expensive AC desiccant change in the maintenance schedule.
Then most people get hit with a much higher insurance bill, "because it's a Tesla."
Repairs are much more expensive than an ICE car for things like body work, cracked windshield and glass roof replacements, and out of warranty issues. Tesla has an Apple-style monopoly approach that keeps 3rd party competition suppressed, and their labor and parts prices high.
But it's a fun car, just not the ticket to an early retirement.
I had an IS350 F-sport prior to my M3P and it cost far more in terms of maintenance. It ate through tires every 15k and brakes every 20k. I had oil changes, radiator flushes, and my annual fuel bill was $3k per year due to high cost of premium. In 2 years, i've spent $1500 on tires (PS4s) and $40 worth of air filters (and my AC still smells good) and $0 cost in fuel ($1,000 of electricity if I didn't have solar). In 2 years with the Lexus it ate through the $2500 in tires, $500 of brakes, $300 in oil changes and other liquids that needed changing and $6000 of premium gas. This is the cheapest car i've every owned.