Would it make sense if Tesla manufactured two Gen3 models not just one single model that can be maxed out? If they manufactured two models, say Model 3 and Model 4, each having slight body panel variations and each with their own signature paint colors. Then, limit the max out options of one model, allowing the other to be maxed out. One model (limited max-out model) would be offered more-or-less with just one configuration, and limited upgrades like paint, wheels, etc... There's an extremely wide gap between Model S's $71k base and it's $137k maxed out price. Without two or more separate models, it's likely Model 3 will have this wide price gap too. It seems contradictory to market 'a car accessible to everyone' then allow it to be configured into a $65k luxury vehicle -almost shaming customers into purchasing add-on options. So, why not offer two separate models for Model 3? This would give Model 3 more of an accessible feeling and still allow those who want a sportier model to get their fix. Additionally, this would allow Tesla to make modifications as/if needed to one model without affecting the other - if the 45kw model needs a costly modification, only the 45kw model gets modified. Notes: 45kw and $35k base price...both guesses, who knows what will be offered? Not I! Another way to ask this question (close to the same idea but different enough to warrant a new poll): Should Model 3 be offered as a Series rather than a Model?