You just don't understand and no logic is going to persuade you that are wrong. You take Motor Trends best car the year, 99/100 from consumer reports and NO DIRECT competitors for the foreseeable future they will become the LEADERS of a new segment in the car industry and there's NO telling how HIGH TSLA climbs.
Testers were given cars that were fully vetted by Tesla . The Testers drove them around for a few hundred miles and gave the cars back to the company. Problems start occurring after a few thousand miles in most cases. The common problems after the car is driven: Rear tire failures to camber issue, 12 volt battery failures, loud hum were drive trains and inverter have been changed ,GPS system does not work right, door handle problems, windows open for no reason when car is parked and many new quirks that seem to arise on a daily basis. Would you pay over $100,000 for this ? By the way Edmunds is doing a long term test on the Model S and some of these issues are popping up. Take a look of the pictures at their rear tires after 8,000 miles at their web site.