Remember how we were told how maintenance costs would be so low on EV's, they would be far more dependable than the highly complicated IC driven vehicles. Folks on a tight budget won't want to buy a Tesla it seems.
Seems in the long run very little difference, three motors and four battery packs to get to 750k miles. No mention of what other issues/repairs came up. Meanwhile the IC costs half as much up front and far less to maintain, battery packs for an S run in the $14k range, the motors $10k a piece to replace. Leon used to claim a S could easily run 500k miles with its original batteries and drive units, apparently not. Lots of folks replacing drive units with 30-60k miles on them on the Tesla forum. Lots of IC cars out there run 200k-500k on the original motor, seems Teslas aren't all that special. Reality sets in.