So, I took my Black/Black P85 to a car show in Walla Walla where I live. The car was received very well even in what would be considered a very conservative part of the state. I took home best in class (new cars) over many very nice cars. Lost out best in show to a Rat Rod truck with some horns on it . . . I recommend for those wanting to do it: 1. Flyers: Print flyers and put them in the frunk. Mine were gone in no time so print a ton. Credit: SCW-Greg Here's download links for half res JPGs... Dropbox - Tesla-Model-S-car-show-poster-60k-v2.jpg P85 to 60 Dropbox - Tesla-Model-S-car-show-poster-v6.jpg (P85 to 85) Dropbox - Tesla-Model-S-car-show-poster-P85k-v1.jpg (P85 only) press ready PDFs... Dropbox - Tesla-Model-S-car-show-poster-60k-v2_(PR).pdf (P85 to 60) Dropbox - Tesla-Model-S-car-show-poster-v6_(PR).pdf (P85 to 85) Dropbox - Tesla-Model-S-car-show-poster-P85k-v1_(PR).pdf (P85 only) 2. Poster: I like Todd's poster, but I would suggest making a simple one that says this: Tesla Model S All Electric Car 265-300 Mile Range Per Charge 0-60 in 5 seconds Charges in 4-9 Hours @ 220 V Free 1 Hour Superchargers Now Available Prices Start in the $60K Range Made in America Tesla Model S All Electric Car 265-300 Mile Range Per Charge 0-60 in 3.9 Seconds Charges in 4-9 Hours @ 220 V Free 1 Hour Superchargers Now Available Prices Start in the $60K Range Made in America The other posters are just too much information for the passerby. The flyers handle the rest. Including the above will cover 90% of the questions asked or pondered. 3. I figured out a way to keep my daylight running lights on which attracts attention since it will be the only car with the lights on. Sit in the car and then press the brake. The DRL's will turn on. Open the door but don't close it fully (Crack it or leave it open slightly). The lights will stay on until the door is closed. I wouldn't walk away from the car in this state as it could likely be driven away. 4. I had one heckler that I managed well. He said I was burning more energy and making more CO2 than a gas car. I told him: I bought the car not to be green. I bought it, because it's a great car. He walked away. It's not exactly the truth but I think he was expecting a greenhouse debate. When he didn't get it, he walked away unable to argue his preplanned points with me. The people around me loved the answer and the obvious response it caused for the heckler. 5. It was fun. The car impresses everyone (nearly) and got a ton of attention even in a show full of about 80% classics and muscle cars.