We have two data points now: 1) In the shareholder's meeting, Elon mentioned that the average model 3 battery size will be 70kwh. (Link pending an upload of the video) This was at a segment where he describes the firm's battery requirements. 2) In a previous interaction, the VP of Investor Relations for Tesla gave enough information to tell us that a battery pack smaller than 60 kWh would be offered. Tesla confirms base Model 3 will have less than 60 kWh battery pack option, cost is below $190/kWh and falling I see this going one of three ways: A) We get a 55 kWh option and an 85 kWh option, average of 70 kWh B) We get a 60 kWh option and an 80 kWh option, average of 70 kWh C) We get a third pack, for which Elon is assuming only a very small portion go for the upgrade, and so we get a weighted average of 70 kWh Did I hear him correctly regarding the average? Does this mean that option A gives us 300+ miles (85/55 times 215 base) and option B runs short of the full 300 assuming RWD power?