I'm basing this off of the current (as of 2/12) Model S config page, as well as using a little common sense, using what EM has told us about what to expect. I'll start with price estimate, and then add my reasoning: Base model: $35,000 Paint: $0 for standard colors $750-1250 for metallic, etc. (I am guessing here that it will come in less pricey than Model S paint, because A: now Tesla is dealing in volume. and B: EM has told us the Model 3 will be 20% smaller=less surface area=less paint) Roof: $0 for body color $1250 for pano. As discussed in other threads, Pano won't likely be included...but it will be a smaller roof, and presumably Tesla will get some discounts for buying parts in bulk. Wheels/tires: Anywhere between $1500 and $2000. Remember...this is a smaller car, so the standard size will probably be 17, maybe 18. with upgrades to 18 or 19. Here's where we're in the dark still.... Battery Pack/Drivetrain configs RWD/FWD(?), smallest battery: $0, Supercharging extra? If so, $2500 for life to activate? RWD/FWD+ mid-range battery: +$2,000 (Gigafactory online, economy of scale) (will probably have to upgrade to dual motor/AWD to get top battery, and likely can't get AWD w/smallest battery) AWD+mid-range battery= $7500 AWD+top battery= $10000 Autopilot software enabled from factory= $2500 Premium sound= $1750 (smaller car...likely less speakers) Cold Weather Package: $750. smaller car, economy of scale Air suspension (if even offered): $2000 Upscale interior and lighting: $2500 So....all told, you can spend $35000 for the barebones model, or...if you're checking all the boxes....Around $58,000? It would make sense that a loaded M3 comes in < a base Model S....... I'm sure this will get ripped to shreds...but, thoughts?