How soon before Tesla updates Model S to address the IIHS SORB test results?

All eyes are on Tesla.  Today the IIHS announced that the Model S didn’t do very well on the Small Offset Rigid Barrier crash test.  This was actually Tesla’s second try.  They had made adjustments to the seatbelt after an earlier test but the outcome was no better (slightly worse actually due to increased intrusion).  Of course, Tesla’s unique ability to iterate their cars on a weekly basis means they’re probably having around-the-clock meetings of their top engineers and will have new designs ready in a few days and new prototypes ready for testing in just a few weeks.  There might even be some options for firmware updates to better control airbag deployment in such crashes.