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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by PTADO, Apr 4, 2016.
Sadly, I can't hold my breath long enough for a convertible variant.
LED headlights would be great
Autopilot won't be standard, that is why they only say that the hardware is included as are the "safety features". (Which I think the safety features will be required by law around the time the Model 3 starts shipping, so that isn't really giving you much.)
I am just hoping a $35k won't be a $70k with all the options.
Larger battery winning by a significant margin, imagine that.
I hope it's ONLY $70k with all the options....
Yes LED lights are a good call. I would like to see a small tasteful spoiler offered if it fits the drag coefficient model. One more request is a standard metal roof no glass option.
Umm let's see...
Back massage beads,
No smoking sign for the dash
Gaudy license plate bracket
-Vegan Leather / Non animal based options
- larger battery depending on how many more miles per charge it would add.
The Glass Panel Roof needs to be smart glass enabled. There's no way the interior will last in the Texas sun without it.
front and rear cams ( option )
easy access panel to 12V battery ( to jumpstart the vehicle when 12V battery fails ) (standard)
foldeable rearview mirrors ( for easy parking ) ( option )
12v plug in trunk to plug cooler box ( option )
Not to run the price too high but these options exist on my Passat right now and I use them often.
Old Fart here......for me AWD (winter driving), Premium interior (nothing less than the equivalent of Audi Prestige level for me), Longest Range battery & the Air Suspension. Surprisingly they are the top on the list. My guess....$55K.
Model3Tracker.info so far has Larger battery at 80.2%. Very close to this poll. Amazing.
"Adjustable" levels of regen braking.
We have both a MS and a BEV i3 and I love the strong regen on the i3.
My daily commute is 20 miles one way and I can often get to work without ever touching the brake pedal in the i3. (Unless someone cuts me off in traffic haha).
The MS gives a choice between "none" and "standard" which is fine but I wish I could get a stronger level also. The MS regen will not bring you to a complete stop and neither will it significantly slow you at speed.
At first my wife was thrown off by the i3 but after a 1000 miles of driving, switching back and forth between cars, she's ready for the i3 level of regen in her Tesla.
It would be awesome if the M3 gave a third, higher setting.
As new EV drivers progress in their one-pedal driving skills having the ability to switch to "max" regen would be really cool.
Floor mats. I've added them to all of my ICE cars so might as well
Autopilot convenience package
Supercharging if not included.
Autopilot Convenience Package
Yeah. I'm curious to see what a fully maxed out M3 is going to run you...