Wow, I'm curious how comfortable you find the 3 compared to the Audi you had? Doesn't the harsh ride and cabin noise bother you?
I'm actually considering giving up my S to move to an A7...
Honestly, If this is your only car, get the car with the most range. FSD (which I paid for and just got the computer upgrade installed), it's not really worth buying right now. EAP is worth it. FSD.. not so much. You can always buy it later.
I was in the same boat as you when I went for my 3. I could have bought a 75D. 90D was pushing the budget a bit.
The model S-
- has far more storage room
-Is a larger car
-Less headroom than the 3 (I thought I was crazy when I had the model s loaner, but cars.com backs me up)
In a straight line the Model S is a blast, but come to the corners, it handles well, but its size and heft let themselves beknown. I wouldn't classify the S as a "driver's car"(the performance models are a different story).
-Air suspension is nice, but I've had some bad experiences with air suspension once the warranty was up.
-A new Model s powertrain is in the works, which makes buying now... less than optimal
-The Model S even with the raven drivetrain still reduces power if it's on the track for a long time.
-sedan, confined trunk (but still a huge trunk by ice standards)
-Lighter and nimbler in cornering and handling
-More range for less money
-chargers faster than any model s
-you can track the performance model 3.
You can even buy the LR AWD Model 3 then have it upgraded later to performance.