I'm a very happy MS owner, but as a geek, and as somebody who knows Elon is a geek, my biggest complaint is that Tesla won't let us geek out with our car. I like a few of the Easter Eggs but otherwise I'm a bit disappointed. First, note that many (most) owners are tech-savvy and/or the type of person who likes to know and understand things. Second driving a Tesla today already assumes a greater level of personal responsibility than many vehicles, partly because of the available performance that needs to be used wisely, and partly because of the risk of running out of energy on long trips. You can't just hop in the car and start driving like you can with an ICE, you have to pre-plan at least a little. I also like that there is a REST API but I don't like that it isn't documented and officially isn't supposed to be used. So my big asks of Tesla/Elon are: Provide an expanded and documented official REST API to allow for more 3rd-party desktop and mobile apps Create an SDK and provide some sort of app marketplace for third-party in-car apps I think this would really create an explosion of neat new things for our Teslas without Tesla having to write everything on their own. Secondly I'd love to see more techie stuff in the car (which could be done by third parties if we got #2 above): Autopilot info/debug screen in instrument cluster (as we have already seen a screenshot of, obviously used by Tesla when testing) Car info/drivetrain info screen on center console, showing energy flow (my 2010 Lexus Hybrid had that), and perhaps other things like G-forces, etc. Center console app that shows the Mobileye video feed (if that's even possible) and highlighting what it sees (again, if that's possible) like the MobileEye development footage you can find on Youtube. Ability to select reduced or, if possible, even turn off traction control, so that we can have fun on the track or wherever we want to try things out. Personally the extent of reduced power on my P85D while in a turn is very frustrating. For all of these simply hide them unless you enable a "Geek Mode"... so yeah, I want a Geek Mode.