Wired "review" of P85D, and I'm tired of reviews focusing on the 0 to 60 time This Wired "review" prompted me to start this thread http://www.wired.com/2015/08/tesla-model-s-p90d-review/ I put the word review" in quotes because articles like this (and there have been many like it in the past three years) contain far too much text marveling over the instant torque and 0 to 60 time and far too little text about the fundamental reasons why the Model S is a game-changing but at the same time practical car. The over emphasis on the neck snapping acceleration of the highest performance and consequently staggeringly expensive versions of the Model S merely serves to reinforce the common mindset of the typical car buyer that Tesla's are toys for rich people. Even a once-useful publication like Consumer Reports is guilty of this superficial approach. It would be much more useful, and helpful to the EV cause, for reviews to focus on the base Model S and explain the numerous advantages of the Tesla drivetrain and battery as well as the convenience of home charging. Reviewers need to live with a Model S for awhile to fully understand all that. Of course typically reviewers are only loaned a car for a matter of hours, though CR buys their review cars and has no excuse for not understanding its key features and explaining them to its readers and viewers. It rarely seems to occur to reviewers to talk to long time owners and include in the article their experiences with the car. Of course that would require more effort and time on the part of the writer, the article title would not garner as much attention, and therefore would attract fewer clicks.