As I'm impatiently waiting for my 85D, I've been reading as much info as possible about the facts of the car, how its made, etc. I know once I get it, I will get a TON of questions on it once I'm out and about. I'm in a fairly rural part of Texas and I think the closest MS is probably an hour away, and even still they are probably less than 10 there. So, this may have been covered elsewhere in another thread but I couldn't find one via a quick search. What are your "go to" Tesla factoids when introducing the car to a person that's never heard or seen one before? Aside from the 0-60 in 3.2 seconds for the P, how do you charge it, how long does it take to charge it, etc? Such as: There are X amount of moving parts in the drive train. Approximately XXXX of lithium ion batteries in a specific order in the battery pack. 95% aluminum? Etc etc? What kind of fact do you find gets the biggest reaction out of people? I want to know as much about the car as possible so I can be a good advocate for the car and the brand.