Hey everyone, first post. While we eagerly await the arrival of the Model 3 I put some numbers together based on current options with some minor price adjustments. Obviously speculation is pretty worthless but here goes: I'm hesitant to give the lower kWh packs the range I did, but there should be some density improvements by 2017/18, plus there is the stated hard target of 200 real world miles. I also am guessing that some options on Model S will not be available purely for differentiation, such as air suspension. May be others as well. Fully expect Autopilot features to be available across the board to maximize fleet learning/mapping. Hoping for a smaller Model S in overall shape/stance, although aesthetics will be a distant relative. I don't think Tesla needs a funky shape a la Prius to sell cars. Otherwise I would opt for a CPO Model S in a couple years. No crazy doors, seats or pop-out door handles. I think we can agree that simplicity is key for higher production volume. Weight reduction will be moderate. Lighter packs and vehicle size, but use of steel over aluminum will offset a lot of overall weight loss. Cost at bottom is the fully loaded spec. Variations of range and 0-60 between packs based on current Models S deltas. No Ludicrous. 15% lighter than 70 (4,000+lbs)455555DP60DRange2202502602400-606.254.73.5 BASE35000450004500060000DUAL MOTORNANA4000INCLSUPERCHARGE2000INCLINCLINCLCONV PKG1000INCLINCLINCLAUTOPILOT2000200020002000PREMIUM PKGNA250025002500HIFI2000200020002000SUBZERO1000100010001000PAINT1000100010001000PANO150015001500150018'' Wheels100010001000100020'' WheelsNA250025002500SEATS2000200020002000INTERIOR TRIM1000100010001000AIR SUSPNANANANA TOTAL49500615006550076500Just guesses to spark discussion, don't crucify me.