So, obviously there's no pricing on the dual motor setup for the Model 3 yet. What are your thoughts on its pricing and specs? It appears that on the Model S there's generally about a $5k difference between a dual and single motor setup. The Model 3 is a cheaper vehicle with a cheaper motor. $3,5k perhaps? Also, judging from the range difference on the S, the ranges would probably be bumped up by something like, what, 220->229mi / 310->322mi? I'm also curious as to why there's so little performance difference on the S dual-motor setups (except for the performance versions). The specs cite much more horsepower on the dual-motor setups, yet the 0-60 times are almost unchanged, often only 0,1s. Is it safe to assume that that horsepower is basically inaccessible (e.g. due to power electronics / battery / wiring / etc constraints)? How important do you think having a dual motor setup would be for snow and ice over RWD?