I have been going over the cost of upgrading my current ICE vehicle to an S85, one savings that is impossible to quantify but definitely going to be impactful is keeping the S85 long term vs trading in my ICE every 3-4 years. I drive quite a bit. I used to drive 30-35k miles per year, now it's more like 20-25k. I like knowing that any major repairs will be covered and generally a low mileage car has less of a chance of breaking down when I'm 2 hours from home (at least they make me feel that way). So here is my question, if I buy an S85 and put 200-250k miles on it over the next 8 years, am I fully covered under the 8 year/unlimited miles warranty? In this same time with an ICE car, I will probably have 3 purchases and 3 hits on that initial drive off the lot depreciation. I figure in 8 years I will save about $30-35K+ in fuel vs. electricity if prices for both stayed the same. If I buy an $85k Tesla, less fuel, the break even cost for an ICE is now about $50k, but in my case that $50k could be for 2 cars. If the warranty is truly unlimited, it seems like a no brainer for me as long as I keep the Tesla though the end of the warranty. Am I using funny math to support my argument or is this truly a no brainer?