Bruce-McL As in Australia, buy a 4WD light truck and use is as a "saloon", and it will last for quite a few years without complaint. Hint: these light trucks are designed for carrying heavy/bulky stuff on indifferent surfaces and they have to survive their warranty period when used as intended.
What would qualify as (warranty-killing) abuse in standard front drive dirt-cheap-to-manufacture shitboxen is not so for trucks.
And you, the driver, get to sit higher than those inferior people in normal machines, ergo your superiority is confirmed by your purchase. The trucks will also afford better protection if you're rear-ended in traffic, like, somewhere near a known red-light camera, ferinstance. And then there's the matter of relative mass.
Beach driving and salted roads are absolute murder on conventional stuff. The usual suspects know Rust Never Sleeps and refuse to use Core10 or HiTen steel for any sort of longevity, so they deserve a kick to the bollocks by Tesla or anyone else that offers even a glimmer of hope that they give a shit about their product longevity.
I note that the Telsa Ute has a kneeling system and a <gasp> ramp to load and unload stuff. No-one else has that.
good for taking your utterly unreliable POS rider mower to and from the mechanics. But there's another story:-)