I though the whole time that Model 3 would be made long and low, like a 3 series, especially since Elon has referred to it as a 3 series class vehicle. EVs in this price range seem to be really short and tall though, like the i3, the Leaf and the Bolt. Not sure why. The Bolt being explicitly positioned as a Model 3 competitor got me thinking that the design might not be a mistake and that there could be a reason for this. Might it actually be possible that Tesla goes with these proportions? There has to be a range and safety penalty with these proportions of large frontal area and less crumple zones (except from above :wink. If you were to buy a Model 3, would you wish for it to be long and sleek or short and tall?