RE: Tesla S
My issues with it (have been in one) are that with the batteries in the floor pan you lose interior cabin height, significantly enough that it is a very leg-forward sitting position, like a sports car or more Jaguar, with the knock-on issue that there just isn't enough headroom in the back for adults of greater than moderate stature. I like having good vertical height in the footwell to have a more upright seating position.
Interior felt like it was out of a custom-trim shop, rather than a production car, but that might've improved with more models made now.
I'm not saying it was bad, just not what I would have thought to be 'production quality' trim. You're paying for all those batteries with a Tesla, rather than the upper end of interior quality.
Cabin noisy at speed.