Arguably one of the most important aspects of an EV for the masses is range. With "range-anxiety" being the most common things referenced when I tell people I reserved a Model 3. People say, "My 2013 [gas powered car] gets 600 miles on a tank." or "I take 700 mile trips every couple of months. I need gas." A few days ago I saw a video that slowed down and zoomed in on the rotating 3D animation playing behind Elon during the launch. I can't seem to find it, but maybe someone here has seen it. In the video they talk about the battery pack and how the cells are situated differently (horizontally) than the ones in the Model S's 60kWh battery. They also note that there are fewer cells with this configuration. This lead me speculate on whether the battery on the base package Model 3 is possibly a <60kWh version that gets a 215 mile range. The second part of my comment/question is this. About a month ago, a "hacker" found a logo buried in Tesla's code that was a P100D badge. Assuming it's real, that means they have a 100kWh battery waiting to be unveiled. Maybe someone smarter than me knows, but does this mean that we might have the option for a Model 3 that gets 400+ miles per charge?