Its time for another prediction: I predict that Tesla will upgrade the interior of the S/X to include some kind of HUD or Augmented reality component. At the very least a new way to interact with the screen that allows you to navigate and operate most functions on the screen without removing your hands from the wheel. Obviously not all functions will be accessible this way, but any that you would want while driving, including things like adjusting air suspension height and steering responsiveness. The goal will be to continue to differentiate the S from the 3 and the X from the upcoming Y. The reason I think HUD or Augmented reality will come with an interior refresh is that Tesla will need to integrate the head and eye tracking sensors into the interior. If you recall, Tesla entered into an agreement with Samsung for some new mystery chip. I think this might be an AP2+ chip which will support a HUD/Augmented reality and replace the MCU (Is that the right term for the processor that handles the infotainment system?) In much the same way Apple was able to vertically integrate by creating the A9 CPU, I think Tesla will want to create its own CPU with the exact characteristics that it requires. They could not justify this when they where building 50k cars a year, but now that they are looking at 1 million cars a year, its a very easy to way to improve margins on one the most expensive components and get a more efficient processor. They could be licensing technology from nVidia or going it on their own. Pure Speculation and out there prediction: I am thinking that Tesla will upgrade all existing AP2 HW2 cars with this chip, if necessary, and potentially use the 100,000 DrivePX it takes out to create a massive machine learning super computer to analyze data from the cars to create better FSD. The 21-70 is coming, it might come before the aforementioned interior refresh, but I have no idea exactly when. My best guess is by the end of the year. I also think there will be an Osborning effect that Tesla will be looking to thwart and they will be looking to do so before Q1 2018, Tesla will be losing fed credits in 2018 and they will either need to lower the price of S/X, which they would easily be able to do without sacrificing margins with the introduction of the 21-70, Tier 1 suppliers, cheaper aluminum from economies of scale from model 3 and on and on... or all of the above and keep the price the same while adding features to help differentiate S/X from not just model 3, but also 5 series and E class. Allowing the model 3 to fill that vacuum while model S/X takes on everything else at higher margins. I think the later is the case and that is why I am predicting a more upscale S/X no later then mid 2018. So, do I have inside info or am I just a savant? Or a nut job. I guess we will find out. Edit: Forgot to put this in. My last perdiction: Prediction: Free supercharging to be brought back!