I really hope Tesla adds some kind of a ReGen control or Regen on demand mechanism on the Model 3. The new Chevy Bolt has a regen hand pedal as you know which enables you to come to a complete stop without using friction brakes. Also the new Hyundai Ioniq BEV and the old Mercedes B Class electric has a system that has regen levels and you can shift on the go. The way new Hyundai Ioniq implemented it is brilliant. There are pedals behind the both sides of the steering wheel like gear shifter pedals but they are regen levels. There's also a zero regen option allowing you to coast. Because as you know for maximum efficiency ideal should be zero braking and that includes regen. (since regen has losses) For example on a highway you might need coasting whereas in the city you can shift 3 times very fast and have very hard regen eliminating the need to use friction brakes. With the current EV I'm driving in order to coast I need to find that sweet spot on the accelarator. I wonder how much this system would add to efficiency but new Ioniq seems to be very efficient. Reports say 130miles real world is easy all season with just a 28kWh battery. Makes me think strong about a 55kWh Model 3 getting 215mi easily. I really hope the Model 3 gets this. Regen is my favorite thing about EVs and I had no idea when getting into this that this would be my absolute favorite. Shifting levels would make it that much more fun to drive. What do you guys think?