I've been waiting for a Model 3 for quite some time. I'm ready to head to Natick and plunk down $1,000 for a reservation on March 31 - even taking the day off work. But something I read in another post got me thinking and researching.. Musk has said repeatedly that the BMW 3-series is the 'target' for the Model 3. No problem there. I drive a 2002 Toyota Camry and was thinking that, the next step down in size from the Model S (which was the size of my old Dodge Intrepid) would be roughly Camry-sized. So I looked things up on fueleconomy.gov. I was right that the Model S was about the size (inside) of my Intrepid. Both were classified as "large cars". My Camry is classified as a "Mid sized" car. The BMW 3-series is a COMPACT! This puts it in the same classification as the Toyota Corolla and the *Yaris*! This is not exactly what I wanted to see - and not what I was hoping for... My Camry is just about perfectly sized for everything I ever do... My daughter has a Corolla and, believe me, I know how much smaller THAT car is... My hope is that the Model 3 will be able to take advantage of the whole "no internal combustion engine and associated parts" thing to feel as comfortable as my Camry does..