I only want to rent to existing or prior Tesla Roadster, Model S and Model X owners, who know what to expect in this car. If I ever make an exception, it would be to people who have owned many luxury cars and already test driven and/or rented Tesla's in the past. This is the only reason I have not allowed automatic booking; I will interview you about this issue.
My Tesla Model S 60D is regular White, has Dual Motors (All Wheel Drive), 60 battery (so 220 rated miles, but if conditions are real, it will be less), automatic liftgate in rear, and HEPA filter (the one with Bioweapon Defense Mode).
It has the advanced TeslaVision hardware, but I have not activated the driver assistance or self driving software features, so you have to do 100% of the driving yourself.
I got coil spring suspension, so it has a pretty stiff and bumpy ride. Keep this in mind.
Other things I DID NOT GET that you might see on other Teslas: I did not get panoramic/glass roof (I have solid roof, so no XM radio and no roof rack); I did not get 85 or 90 battery (mine is 60); I did not get Performance (mine is regular); I did not get premium seating (I got cloth, since it fits my large torso better) along with its perforated feature (which I don't have); I did not get the cold weather package; and I did not get rear child seats. It has 48 Amp Alternating Current (AC) standard charging speed used for Tesla HPWC's, J1772's and wall/campground connections (I did not get the 72 Amp upgrade).
Please let me know your travel plans. I can make an agreement with you to borrow my adapters, of which I have many for nearly every occasion, including Chademo. In addition, I could let you borrow my ChargePoint and EVGO charge cards if you agree to fastidiously log the usage which I can charge you for, if you do not already have your own. SuperChargers are plentiful in our region, but there are spots where getting a boost from a Chademo is helpful for range anxiety or hard to reach spots.