Yesterday I crossed 1000 miles on my M3. I am completely addicted to the silent acceleration and instance torque, and already find driving my wife's ICE noisy and barbaric. Don't imagine I'll ever have anything other than a BEV from this point on.
Anyway, the only aspect of the car that feels like it's actually not working correctly is the auto wipers. Daytime, nighttime, doesn't matter: the auto setting is extremely reluctant to activate the wipers, as if it is trying to preserve the blades. Today we had a good strong storm, I was on setting 3 thinking about setting 4, and thought it was a good test of the auto setting. It did intermittent wipes, with 3 or 4 seconds in between. I could only leave it on for a moment because, you know, I needed to be able to see. Can I assume this is something I should ask Tesla to look at next time I take it to the service center? I can't believe it works this way for everyone, or else it would be a useless feature.
Other miscellaneous notes:
1) At the 1000 mile mark my energy consumption was 241 kW-h, putting me exactly on the rated 241 W-h/mile to achieve the 310 mile range. That's pretty good, considering my usage is far from ideal. We'll see how it goes in the winter.
2) The touchscreen is generally fine, and I actually find many aspects of the UI design to be really well thought out, although I have the usual assortment of gripes. The audio system, in particular, seems to be rife with unforced errors. It sounds great though.
3) I find I can't get the driver's side mirror to aim "up" enough. I can see ok in its current position, but have to bend down a bit to really be able to see straight back. Weird.
4) The lock/unlock algorithms are bonkers. I'll buy a fob if and when. In the meantime, I sincerely wish they would offer an option to disable walk away lock when at home. It's unnecessary and annoying in my garage.
That's the short version. I really really like driving this thing. It is so far and away the best car I've ever owned it's not even funny. After 12 years of driving Priuses, it feels like a rocket ship from the future.