Hi again, I created a thread a while back (link here for those that are wondering) that attempts to price out options for Model 3. Quite a bit has happened since August (believe it or not) that has materially changed my perspective on how options will be priced come next year. DISCLAIMER: I have no idea what I'm doing and this is a guesstimate based on my assumptions that will probably be wrong. This post is meant to start a conversation. My assumptions: - Options will primarily be used to raise the profitability of Model 3. Base Model 3 with 0 options will likely be at 0 profit or loss to Tesla. - The Premium Package will come with Tesla's rumored upgrade HUD system, and will be used to truly "soup up" the interior of the car (alcantara, leather, HUD, bells and whistles, etc etc). - I've applied the 20% rule (i.e. Model 3 will be about 20% smaller than Model S) to a couple options to reduce the price, given the assumption that less amount of materials will be used in comparison to the S. I've only applied this logic to some of the commonly understood high-uptake options (seats, wheels, paint, dual motors) Discuss!