Had an interesting discussion over some beers last night with co-workers when they found out I am shopping for a Tesla. Two items came up. 1. We were trying to see what the cost value of autopilot is. I saw that someone incredibly added autopilot to a P85 (Autopilot Retrofit on Classic P85 | wk057's SkieNET) and that he said the parts cost alone was roughly $9,000 with at least that much in labor. Hypothetically, if Tesla were ever to offer this, it would seem to be $20k at least. Since I've been looking for a CPO, mostly P85, I started subtracting from a new 90D and minus the autopilot, dual motor, larger battery, 4gLTE, console, etc, and if there were a new 2014 P85, it would be at least $25-30k less? This makes me think most non-autopilot cars currently for sale are priced too high. 2. One of the guys isn't impressed with the model s in terms of the interior finishes and overpriced (he's a bit of a MB snob). I agree that the model s does carry a premium due to the battery and electric drive train, but, just how much? He put out the question, if the model s were offered with a roughly equivalent ice engine, what would it cost? They are all intrigued by Tesla, kept asking when I am going to get one as I'd be the first with any sort of electric vehicle. One of the guys did put a deposit for a model 3, but, only because others were doing it and it is refundable. If it wasn't, he wouldn't have done it. He's on the fence, I am not.