I've not found the Roadster to be at all "uncontrollable" with the TC off. Quite the contrary. But whatever you do don't switch off TC in the rain - bad idea!!!
Tesla Model S Signature Performance delivered on 10/31/12
Signature Red | White Leather | Carbon Fiber | Panoramic Roof | 21" Grey Wheels| Rear Spoiler
> The Model S is borderline undrivable with T/C disabled [PRJIM]
Apart from the fun n games, I'd be concerned if the S could not climb a muddy/snowy/icy/slushy hill almost as well as the Roadster can (which is quite well, thank you). With all that xtra weight on the front axle, the S needs to allow complete power control.
I picked up our car on Saturday morning. On Sunday morning I noticed this condensation in one of the tail lights. Anyone else see this?
(Emailed the "ownership" address and my DSs on Sunday and again on Monday, but haven't heard back yet.)
Last edited by Trnsl8r; 2012-12-11 at 11:16 AM. Reason: Saturday -> Sunday
Yes, I've had the car one week and the left backup light does this but not the right one.
I have had the car one week with everything working perfectly. Today I had a "Call Tesla Service" light come on for a few minutes then it turned off. I called the Tampa Service Center and they said it was a "false positive" glitch in the last upgrade. He said if the light does not go off then there is a need for concern otherwise don't worry.
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