The idea came from my Subarus, which are graciously supported by a community every bit as enthusiastic as the Tesla crowd and for whom the resources are vast, particularly on http://www.cars101.com/. That website has every possibly stat you could ever want, including dimensions and cargo capacities measured in more ways that I can possibly replicate. But they gave me the idea -- H/T to 'em! -- and, finding nothing like it for the Model S even after all these years, I got to work.
So here are the all the dimensions I can provide you, taken from my 2014 RWD-only S. The frunk pic (which will be vast compared to the dual motor cars) is from TMC, but the rest are my work. You are free to print, share, repost, whatever. I keep a copy in my glovebox and also on my Google Photos account for easy viewing while having that "oh no!" moment in the checkout line with two trees' worth of boards. At the bottom is a link to METRIC versions of the pics. You can click them to make them bigger, of course.
For yinz guys that think in units of ten. 🤙 https://t.co/HEcMaCyh21— Tesla Pittsburgh (@TeslaPittsburgh) April 20, 2022
And some examples...
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For reference -- the long boards are 8 feet, as spec'd in my pics you can see they retain access to the screen. Pallets fit. Also camp chairs in the frunk. pic.twitter.com/Qh0mankoKk— Tesla Pittsburgh (@TeslaPittsburgh) April 20, 2022
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