I for one haven't seen a word since Elon's tweet last year. I'm certainly hoping that it will be a Class 1/2 affair - I want to pull a teardrop on occasion - and hopefully can be installed by a service center after purchase (and thus not be one of the "< 100 options" in the initial run). I'm guessing that there may be some cutting of the rear air splitter that's required (though I hope they add a removable cutout).Has there been any updates on tow hitch options for the M3 since Elon tweeted that there would in fact be one about a year ago?
For me also (and many other people here in The Netherlands) a towing possibility would be something very much wanted. I think that in my country 75 % of all cars in this category have a tow hitch with a braked pulling capacity of at least 1000 kg (preferably 1500).
All to be revealed, I expect, on July 28, or sometime later.
I can confirm that this is the tow hitch case. I just installed my tow hitch this AM on the MX so I pulled the case out. The hitch mounts from underneath so you do not see the cutout. Even though the case is similar, I really doubt the hitch is Class III like the MX.I think the square bag in the photo (looks much shallow than the tow hitch case) is the roadside emergency kit. are they still including those with the S/X? or maybe a case of the tire inflater?
I can confirm that this is the tow hitch case. I just installed my tow hitch this AM on the MX so I pulled the case out. The hitch mounts from underneath so you do not see the cutout. Even though the case is similar, I really doubt the hitch is Class III like the MX.
There is no roadside emergency kit included. No spare. No runflat can. You can buy an portable tire inflator with a can of runflat glue but Tesla's official policy is "Call Roadside Assistance if you get a flat."