Definition: toad - A car or other vehicle that is towed behind motorhomes for use when the motorhome is set up in a campground and connected to utilities. Also called a "dinghy." Fairly common in the United States and Canada, less common in Europe, it becomes a virtual necessity for owners of motor coaches stretching 40 or 45 feet, difficult to maneuver in places like supermarket parking lots. People with large RVs almost always tow a small vehicle behind them for local use. Although you can use a dolly, and park the car's front tires on the dolly to tow them around, serious RV'ers prefer to "flat tow" - that is, all four wheels on the ground. It's simpler, but the car being towed has to be specially prepared to handle this. An electric car would be the *perfect* toad. But it would require the manufacturer to create a toad mode to alter the behavior, in addition to the various mechanical changes required. Attachment points on the front for the tow bar. A wiring harness at the front so that the RV can activate the toad's brake lights and turn signals. When the RV brakes, have the toad perform regenerative braking. Might as well charge the battery while also helping the entire rig to slow down. Extra credit bonus points: use autopilot cameras when the rig is running in reverse to steer the toad's wheels to allow backing up the rig to actually work reasonably. I don't think the toad market is large enough for Tesla to care about it, unfortunately. But if they were to update the software to include a "toad mode", I bet third parties would be willing to create the hardware modifications required. And then Teslas would be *the* vehicle that every RV'er would buy to use as a toad.