I love my car, I tell everyone how wonderful it is, and I'm always hopeful more people will buy one. Except in this case. My father wants one really badly, and it is just simply not the right car for him. He's always been a tech early adopter, but now in his 70s he just can't grasp basic technology. He has a smart phone, but can't figure out how to text, and the battery is always dead (as just one of many examples) I've talked to him at length about the car, but I know there are some key points he doesn't understand no matter how much I tell him. - His main use case is to go skiing in the winter, he likes to go to ski hills that are 3+ hour drives away, with no destination charging, and either without superchargers nearby, or not realizing he'll need to stop at them. - He thinks that at -20c he can drive for 3 hours straight, plug in to a 110v outlet for 6 hours, and have enough charge to drive 3 hours home. - He thinks autopilot will help him now that he has more trouble paying attention while driving, he wants to rely on it to keep him in his lane, in winter, on snowy roads. Add to that the fact that I know this will stretch his finances quite uncomfortably, and I just can't recommend he buy one, but I know he's sold on it, and no matter how much I try to dispell his notions, I just don't think I'm getting through.