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Where to hang a suit in the back seat?

Has anyone needed to hang a suit? I noticed that there is no hook or handle to hang it. What I did was to hang it in the slot for the pano roof. Another reason to get the pano roof. You have to be sure not to open the roof, though. Seems like this is an oversight by Tesla! Anyone else notice this?

Hate to break it to you but no rear cup holders, hand holds over doors, map pockets, parking sensors, adaptive cruise control, lane assist warning or center console. Yeah, we noticed.

Elon put in jump seats because he has a bunch of kids he needs to cart around (as I do).

Elon did not put in dry cleaning hangers because he has someone to do his dry cleaning for him (as I do not).

There's a channel in the roof on each side of the area over the back seat. You can hang a hanger there (That's what I do).

Tesla decided a 'super clean' interior design- no extra cup holders hooks or handles- was the aesthetic they wanted. So that's how it is.

@Derek: Will your idea work if there is no Pano Roof??

@Dtsea

"Tesla decided a 'super clean' interior design"

Clean as in placing cups on the floor in front of the rear seat?

Has anyone noticed there is a thin pocket in the front drivers seat. It is a thin fold in the fabric of the driver's seat, but not in passenger seat. Enough space to slide a phone in or stash some cash. I have a P85 with leather seats.

The thin pocket works great for quick access to registration and insurance card if you get pull over for speeding. It will also hold cards for charging stations, but be careful not to insert the cards in a way they be bent when you are sitting in the seat.

The leather seats have that "kangaroo pouch".

I see a huge aftermarket invention for someone to develop and sell... 'opertunity-hook'... Soulflower they are calling your name!

I guess I'm somewhat lucky being part of the new 'geek' generation, in that no one I work with wears a suit anymore, much less dry-cleans anything. I get razed just for wearing a designer shirt in my biz. Jeans and t-shirts are the new 'dress uniform' for the geek generation, and maybe an ocasional wrinkled suit-coat for those extra special ocasions ;-)

A few loose loops of nylon cord around the center roll beam/pano roof divider, to hang coats or dry-cleaning from?

I lay mine out in the frunk or trunk. Can fit a lot of suits there! ;)

On the very rare occasion I need to drive a suit around with me, I have laid it flat on top of the parcel shelf.

Hate to break it to you but no rear cup holders, hand holds over doors, map pockets, parking sensors, adaptive cruise control, lane assist warning or center console. Yeah, we noticed.

I like the minimalist interior design, do not miss any of the interior accoutrements, just lay my suit jacket on back seat and dry cleaing in trunk, plenty of room. Tried to avoid my kids having drinks in back seat other than water bottles, too much interior cleaning over years from spilled cokes, kids ignored cup holders anyway. But parking sensors, I do miss those.

Model S is actually perfect for dry cleaning. It is already fitted with two sorting bins...the front trunk holds the clothing that needs to be dry cleaned and the rear trunk holds all of the nice and clean garments.

A hook that flips into roof when not in use would preserve the clean lines of the car. Putting dry cleaning in either trunk would wrinkle it. I currently hang my dry cleaning from the stabilizer bar. This works for thin hangers only. I'm not sure what I would do if I did not have the panoramic roof.

hsadler, I didnt design it eh?

i dont let anybody eat or drink in the car, that way they dont leave trash and dont spill when the car is zippy. dry cleaning flat in trunk, works fine. still room for my umpire gear bag, musical instrument, brief cases, etc.

I have thought about taking drinks along in the car but I can't bring myself to do it.

Old habits die hard. I haven't had a cupholder in a car before.

No eating or drinking in my MS is my rule. Suits, jackets etc nicely lay flat on the parcel shelf. I'm liking the "less is more" approach to the interior, keeps me from stashing useless clutter.

I place my coat over the headrest and shoulders of the driver seat ... almost as if it were designed to wear a coat

A coat hanger behind driver's seat should have been included with the car. I miss it.

For those with the pano roofs, what about a heavy duty suction cup with a hook or handle?

Great idea bp, only an issue on hot days as suction cups loose grip.

Will it lay flat in frunk? If not trunk has plenty of space to lay flat

I put a fancy leather work loop over the rear seat center headrest and hook hangers there when needed. Looks sort of like a very nice necklace when not in use.

@MarkV, can you post photos?

The cost for the rear cup holders on TeslaAccessories.com is $650!

Tesla really needs to do more to improve the interior and interior storage/functionality of the Model S. I will but a Model S as is and you may too but at the end of the day people cross shop this car with the Mercedes S class and other vehicles around that price range.

They need to include the rear cup holders, coat hanger to carry your dry cleaning and other basic necessities sooner or later.

I can understand a clean design but it doe snot mean a clean design can't be functional. It helps no one when your rear guests don't have access to a cup holder and spill their drink.

I am fine with NO CUP holders! In fact I like it. @web, you answered the question. If there are no cup holders, it makes it easy to ask people NOT to bring drinks into your car. Your car is not a kitchen or diner. On trips, let everyone out to eat, drink , and do whatever when you stop. Then, everybody gets back in and off you go.

I would like to see a clothes hanger hook, so as to keep the clothes that you bring wrinkle free.


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