Although diehard fans will now embrace every molecule that makes up Model 3, it's not what most people wanted before details came out. - instrument cluster, most would still like that for their 2018 car - How much extra in parts does a 17" screen built into a dash pose? - black only, or $1K option? Surely white as base color would not cost them much extra. - the hood looks like a shortened Model S hood. Does that save much material? It could have been a 2-3x larger frunk - despite the hype, I bet most would have preferred a hatchback, even with slightly less sleek roofline. - no word on towing yet. What does just offering the optional tow bar cost, really? - screen controlled motorized AC. Circus trick, but how much would you pay for it? - two sceen clicks to open the glove compartment rather than a mechanical push-click. Save it! - imagine the base car would be 310 miles at the same margin as the 220 base car now. Only +$3K maximum, not $9K. - No aero wheels as standard - more cells needed for a given range, could add $1K+. And maybe that's what you pay for with the 19's actually, if it calls on reserves. - With full AP $8K, many will not opt for it. The hardware is still there though, offering some level of added safety. What does the camera suite cost realistically? A dollar per cam/sensor, or much, much more? How much would Tesla save in parts/labor to make a non-AP version? - Inboard motors didn't help the frunk and the truck didn't need that deep well so much. Battery size could have been more flexible. Cost impact? Maybe none. I get the impression that those things many people are less than extatic about, wouldn't have added too much cost to the car. Some things in there that seem to add cost, nobody really wanted. I'm a sucker for utility. So a hatchback would get me much more hyped. My back aches just looking at the boot opening. Having seen hundreds of Tesla vids on Youtube, I am in love with the instrument cluster on S/X. $300 for a screen? Probably less. And slightly more complex dash. Electric windows don't do it for me, especially in the front. Cost and weight. I like winding a window down. Most will disagree. What I would have dreamed (didn't expect) would basically be a Model S built cheaper. Minor adjustment to the Model 3 design would have accomplished this. The screens, some manual adjusters, larger frunk, hatchback. Would that add $2K in production cost? Probably less than that. For a much more uniformly loved car. For now, Model 3 is trying to be a car for the reality envisioned for 2030. Which features would you have changed leading the design team, and expect many reservation holders to agree on, and how would it impact the building cost of the car?