It's no secret Tesla is trying to build a fully autonomous fleet. Model 3 could (and probably will) be the first mass-produced autonomous vehicle. The interior design shots we've seen implicates driver input won't be as significant as in a regular car (assuming they don't have a radical interior redesign up their sleeves). No instrument cluster, no HUD.. just a big center screen. For that matter: just a big center screen that only shows your speed prominently when it matters, as hinted by Elon. If their entire car is built around the expectation that the majority of the delivered cars will drive autonomously, they either have to make the EAP/FSD option significantly cheaper (to allow entry-level buyers to make the upgrade as well) Or: Tesla will announce at the final Model 3 unveil event that, moving forward, Autopilot will be standard in all cars (both hardware and software). What do you guys think is the probability of that happening? Because, let's face it ... the way Model 3 is looking like right now: I fear it won't be a compelling car if it's not autonomous. Or maybe we'll see a crazy futuristic spaceship-like steering wheel after all ... who knows.