If you have fussy passengers then have a sit in the back of an S before you buy. The rear bench seat is very low to the floor, there are no grab handles nor a middle armrest.Hi there,
I’m looking to buy a model s for my chauffeur company but I want to make sure ride is as comfortable as it can be. What spec should I go for? Eg 20” rims?
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My daughter and her partner were in the back of my S on our way to an I Pace test drive. When I was test driving the I Pace they both commented on how much more comfortable it was compared to mine. When we swapped around I agreed.Just tried an ipace which felt much like an exec level car with centre arm rest etc.
I’d worry about the need to charge either of those options. No surer way of losing a customer if the need to charge arises, at least with Tesla you’ve a hugely reliable network. Can’t say the same for the public network.Definitely sit in the back for a while - I'd go for IPace with the adaptive suspension or eTron (air suspension standard) if cost is manageable - much quieter and more comfortable in the rear seats.