With the announcement of the discontinuation of the model S60, Tesla made the financially responsible thing, which is also probably good for sales. At the same time, it proved again that people like their long range and performance, and Tesla as a high end OEM has to optimize for value-for-money, and not price 'at all cost'. With this in mind it is reasonable to expect an entry level 200 mi, 35k$ model to not sell as much as, say, a 300+ mi, 50k$ with more functionality. This begs the question - when will Tesla bring the true mass market EV. I think it needs to be even lower than the 35k$, and have 300+ mi range. So by these standards it cannot be the model 3. But Tesla being driven to bring EVs to the masses means it will be built. So lets call in the gen 4. On market ~2025?