Our good friend @dennis was a dual owner for a while, until he sold the wrong car and ended up as a Tesla-only owner. But part of being a good friend is to be able to forgive such errors in judgement.Your not the only dual car owner my buddy Joe also has both cars
Well, let me think about that decision process...warranty, 0-60 in 4.2 seconds, 200+ miles on a charge, real back seat and trunk...now I remember why. :idea:
No question that it was a logical decision, but even Mr. Spock admits that logic is only the beginning of wisdom, not the end.
Well if you want to take a road trip good luck waiting in line for hours to get a charge. Great as a novelty not as a car when you need to get somewhere that is greater than its initial range on time.
I've been following this very closely and only places where there are capacity issues are Superchargers located in population centers such as Silicon Valley and LA that also need to be used by long distance travelers. You can see that in the usage graph in the bottom left corner of this photo of the live Supercharger Dashboard located in the Hawthorne lobby.Well if you want to take a road trip good luck waiting in line for hours to get a charge. Great as a novelty not as a car when you need to get somewhere that is greater than its initial range on time.
Model S is not very useful after 200 miles or so as the Superchargers in the west are already overcapacity; if they came up with some sort of reservation system that guaranteed a charge once you got to the Supercharger that would be a lot more useful. Not many more worse feelings than being on a schedule and seeing 7 Model S' waiting to use the supercharger and being forced to wait in line to get topped up. Great idea in concept but not the holy grail. What ever happened to battery swaps? IMO the Model S is much more of a novelty than the Karma unless you don't go too far away from home or are never on a schedule. Rarely drive mine anymore.