Submitted by CnJsSigP on February 13, 2013
I have put my S thru all sorts of personal tests, whether it be functional or driving. Tesla from the moment I reserved in Oct 2010 has been so helpful for a curious guy like me. Never cease to amaze the amount of pride and support they show in their cars and customers.
Today I was awaken by a call from Tesla support. (I sleep during the day as I work at night.) They were calling me about a recent e mail I sent stating my car had done the 4.2 update and while everything seemed to work flawlessly, the graphic image of the car was not right. They called to see if the image was correct now. I jumped out of bed and ran downstairs like a kid on Christmas morning! I hopped in the car and sure enough, there on my center console was my car again, complete with my 21" wheels and my super cool carbon spoiler. I glanced over to the dash and the excitement halted... the wheels were there but no spoiler. I hesitated when he asked if everything looked correct. Feeling kind of foolish to gripe about an almost unnoticeable carbon strip on the smallest image of the car. He asked again and I mentioned the spoiler in the dash. He confirmed that console was correct, but the dash was missing just the spoiler. I felt as if I had asked for too much, being greedy, or anal. He confirmed once more the problem and we ended the call. I texted my wife saying that Tesla had just fixed the console but the dash was still not right. I held the camera to send her a picture to see if she really cared about that little tid bit. When the camera focused on the image, it had a spoiler! Like some sort of magic, POOF it was there! While still in shock my phone rings again. Its Tesla. 'Does everything look the way it should?' he asks. I told him it did, and that was amazing! His reply? 'We know, we try to amaze.'
So yeah, I am over the top giddy with my S!
Tesla does amaze. The S is amazing. I am amazed! I never have to take it anywhere. It fills up while I sleep, it gets improvements while I sleep, it gets fixed while I sleep.
Maybe I'm just still dreaming...