From a Canadian perspective, I need to factor in the exchange rates. My expectation is that the base Model 3 with come in at approximately $46,000CAD. So; $46,000 @2.9% for 84mo is $605.79. Minus about $100ish in savings for fuel vs hydro and we are at $505.79. (This would be for the non-EV friendly provinces). Fortunately I live in Ontario who just increased the incentive to $13,000 for this spec of vehicle. So now we are talking of an effective base model price of $33,000 @ 2.9% for 60mo (shorter term), is $591.55. Minus the $100 fuel savings and now we are at a more reasonable $491.55 a month. With that out of the way... I will not be going with the base model. I find it odd to include options like supercharging and autopilot because those are simply software upgrades that can be done in the future. My focus will be on options that cannot be changed. The breakdown of my expectations/ options I will choose is as follows; $33,000 - Base price in Ontario after incentives $6,000 - for upgraded battery expecting a Model 3 70 (extra 15kw @ $300USD per KW at consumer cost = $4,500USD comes to $5,668CAD. Just rounding up here) $1,000 - Cold weather package $3,000 - Premium upgrade package (judging from Tesla's website this would include things like leather interior and other fancy "cow-bells" All in I'm looking at $43,000CAD @2.9% for 84mo is $566.28, minus fuel comes to $466.28CAD approximately per month. I think that is reasonable considering your getting a well equipped Tesla with some really really decent options. I don't need, nor want a performance model as it will already be damn fast as is. I have recently opened up a Tesla saving account as none of this math includes a down payment. My expectation is to take delivery in approximately 24 months as I was number 20 in line at the Yorkdale Mall Toronto, ON location on launch day. I'm looking to have about $10,000 saved up by then! So, now it's you turn... do you agree with my calculations? What will you be choosing? Lets discuss!