Just plug in an iPod or UBS stick if it's that important. The biggest capacity Apple sells of new iPods, iPhones and iPads is 64GB and that's top of the line. It's not like they're way off base. Expecting 80GB is just unreasonable IMO.
We'll see as soon as someone has the guts to take their Model S apart (not me!)
It's a much different design, but what do Roadsters use for storage for the logs and other data?
Whatever they do I hope it's easily upgradable by Tesla during the annual service. Maybe they could offer an upgrade (at a profit for Tesla) when bigger storage is cheaper.
You should expect more than 16GB from the Premium Audio Package. It's way off base when you consider the cost of solid state memory, even at a capacity of 64GB. And suggesting that I should simply use a USB stick because Tesla decided to be cheap on this is not an acceptable solution. What if Tesla decided to cut costs by not including a GPS on-board? But they did have the provision to "tether" a Bluetooth GPS device to it. I'm sure you'd find that pretty unacceptable and a big oversight on the part of Tesla.
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