"When I say $35,000, I'm talking without any credits." [23:53] If the Model III is going to be a weird-looking tall-hatch like the i3 or Bolt, count me out. It also scares me slightly that he said, "I really want the Model III to be different, not just a smaller Model S." [21:10-on] I was hoping for a scaled-down Model S, with all the sexiness and sophistication that comes with that connotation. However, I'm somewhat encouraged by him saying he wants to make it "really way different than any other car on the road that's really useful, not just a weird-mobile." I consider the i3 to be a "weird-mobile." My hunch is: $35,000 will get a low-range, de-contented entry-level model. Any model with a 200+ mile range/compelling dynamic performance, etc. will be $45-50,000, with the top trim models going for much higher, like $60-70,000. Convince me I'm wrong...Go.