For a while, I had been thinking that it would be nice to get a Model X to replace my Model S. Then I could move guests around when they came to visit. It's more fun to keep my family in the same vehicle as the guest family on a trip to San Francisco, or Monterey, or wherever. and as my kids start going more places with friends, well it would be nice to get more friends into the car. but Model X is more or less a 6 person vehicle compared to the 5 person vehicle that I own. It seems that 8 passenger minivans are more comfortable for the 8 than the Model X is for 7. and 6 people in the Model X plus cargo [like strollers] is apparently questionable. I think what it comes down to is that I don't want a "Crossover" vehicle; I want a minivan or full-size SUV. If Tesla wants to choose to do the crossover first, well, that's their choice, and it does me no good to post under Model X complaining about how the vehicle they made isn't the one that I want. but here's my question: Minivans/FullSizeSUVs are quite popular in America [especially compared to "crossover vehicles"]. So where's the BEV version of the 8 passenger vehicle? Why doesn't Cadillac throw a huge battery under an Escalade? or Honda put one under the Odyssey?