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It appears from photos that the headrest in the Model S is molded to the seat back. Since that's a non-starter, are there any plans in the works to upgrade the seats to provide an optional articulated headrest (as in BMW, Mercedes, Infiniti, etc., etc.) that moves up and down as well as tilting forward and back, to allow drivers to attain a customized comfortable position for long-distance driving? (We all anticipate the distances to get longer with the fast chargers.)
In a related question, I'm 6'3" and found that when upgrading from aging Volvo and Mercedes, all the Acura and Lexus models failed to qualify in terms of headroom (not into feeling my hair constantly brushing against the ceiling/sunroof); since I didn't want an SUV, I went with a Nissan Motors sedan product, largely for the generous headroom. If Model S headroom is comparable to Lexus (or less), that will be another immediate disqualifier, same as with any exotic sports car--I know NBA and NFL players own them, but they can't be comfortable packed in there like a jack-in-the-box.
Does anyone know how the Model S compares in the headroom department?