Anti yoke folk.. you have a fallback option.

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you may not have a fallback option....i tend to think that if they wont give S drivers the choice the CT would be no different.

 
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you may not have a fallback option....i tend to think that if they wont give S drivers the choice the CT would be no different.

There are currently third party steering wheels available for Tesla. As long as the stalk is the same, those options will still be available.
 

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There are currently third party steering wheels available for Tesla. As long as the stalk is the same, those options will still be available.
The S doesnt have a stalk for turn signals/controls, so im assuming this still wouldnt be an option until someone makes one that could have those controls integrates as well.
 
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