I recently replaced my 2016 AP1 Model S with a new one, so I have two dashcams I can no longer use (I'll explain why I have two in a minute). These dashcams are only compatible with AP1 cars, and my new one has EAP. This particular model is no longer sold, but here's a link on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FTYU70Y. Note that these dashcams are not compatible with Model X, only Model S. Here's a photo from the Amazon ad that shows what the dashcam looks like installed: These dashcams install pretty easily into the rear-view mirror housing without any tools or extra wiring, and are not noticeable once installed. The resolution is very good, and you can take photos by waving your hand next to the dashcam. They come with a 32GB microSDHC card, and although that's the maximum size recommended by TopFit, I was able to use a 128GB card with no problems. There's a mobile app that you use to configure the camera and view recordings. I liked this dashcam enough to buy the Model S EAP version for my new car. The reason I have two: the first one I received had an overly-sensitive motion sensor for the photo feature, so it would occasionally take photos when I didn't mean to. TopFit sent me a replacement dashcam and asked me to keep the old one since it cost too much to ship back to China. When I tried to install the replacement unit, one of the wires broke, so I reinstalled the original one. TopFit sent me a new set of wires, but it needs to be soldered onto the unit, which isn't in my skill set. The overly-sensitive motion sensor didn't really bother me, so I just kept using the original dashcam rather than finding someone who could replace the wires in the new one. I paid about $250 for the dashcam, and I used it for 16 months. The one with the broken wire was never used. I'll sell either one for $125, in original packaging, including shipping in the continental US. If you pay for shipping or pick it up in person (southeast Florida) I'll sell for $100.