Found this article which I haven't seen discussed, so thought I'd drop it here: Tesla Model 3: speculating on versions, batteries, prices, power I know it is total speculation, but what else do we have to do until reveal part 2? It references an 8-month old article from Seeking Alpha. I'm not registered, and won't just to read a 15 page click-baity article. (I hate, hate, hate mulit-page articles, let alone 15 pages.) Here's the part I found interesting: "Author Randy Carlson predicts three versions of the Model 3. 344: Entry-level, single-motor, rear-wheel drive version, with a base price of $35,000, EPA range of 220 miles from a 44-kWh battery, and 0-to-60-mph time of 5.6 seconds 366D: Dual-motor AWD standard version with an EPA range of 320 miles from a 66-kWh battery. 0-60 time 4.7 seconds, price $44,000 P366D: 340-hp performance version with dual motors, AWD, a 300-mile EPA range, and 0-to-60 time of 3.1 seconds; priced with leather and a luxury interior at $60,000" that 366D is exactly the 2 options I was thinking of getting, and just ever so slightly over what I'm hoping it costs. (I'm hoping $42k) And while I doubt 320 miles on a charge, it would make me . Do I NEED AWD? Not really, but nice to have in winter when we get some ice or snow. Do I NEED 0-60 in 4.7? No, but again .