The following is just to start people thinking what option are you interested in on your Model 3. We really won't know what configurations and what options there will be and their cost until the design studio opens. We also don't know if all configurations will be available from the beginning. This information is based generally on the current Model S and X. Both the Model S and Model X come in three configurations. The base version which is the 70D, a mid-range version which is the 90D and the performance version which is the P90D. The P90D is the only version which can be upgraded to add LUDICROUS MODE, which is referred to on this forum P90DL. The P90D and P90DL look the same and the only way to tell from ouside the car is on the right rear of the car. Cars with the ludicrous mode have the P90D underlined. Below are some example configuration for the Model 3: (We will not know what the real configurations for another 12-24 months.) Model 3 Base Version maybe a Model 3 50 (50kWh)* Model 3 with Dual Motors (D), maybe a Model 3 60D to include all wheel drive (60kWh) Model 3 performance version a Model 3 P70D to include all wheel drive, active spoiler, electric stability and traction control and red break calipers (70kWh) * The reason I started with 50 kWh is the articles I have read indicate a battery of 50 kWh would be what it would take to get a car 20% smaller car to a range of 200. Since I am not an engineer I had to rely on their expertise and this is what others are saying may be in a base model. Whatever it takes to get to 200 miles is what they will put in the base configuration as the battery pack represents the largest % of the total cost to make the car. Like with the S and X to each of these their would be options such as leather or vegan seats, better stereo system (Internet Streaming) , autopilot, larger wheels (16, 18, 19), chrome or black wheels, sunroof/moonroof, Internet, upgraded paint (multi coat, metallic), better HVAC (hepa filter), Supercharger Access, Tow Package, Third row seating (toe to Toe), High amperage Charging, navigation As with the X and S many of these will be combined into groups and not purchasable on their own. For example there may be a Premium group which would include leather seats, upgraded HVAC and Sunroof/Moonroof, an Electronics group which would include Internet and Navigation. Various option may not be available on all configurations. As with all automobile companies they package the options in a way where you have to buy something you don't want to get something you do want. For example you may want leather seats but leather seats are in the premium group and to get the leather seats you end up with a sunroof and better HVAC you really didn't want. Tesla has already stated the more expensive (loaded) cars will be produced first. We won't know the real pricing for a long time so this is just a ball park estimate. (Since the base car is 1/2 as much as the Model S/X I estimated 1/2 for the cost of options.) So will you just order the base car with no options? The $35k version? Will you order a dual motor car with extended range? The $40k-$60k version? Will you order a loaded car? The $65k-85k version? Are there specific options you really want and have to have? What will you order?