So as I think about it, the Model 3 that I want is getting pretty expensive... I am going to estimate option prices based on pretty much industry standard in this class (e.g. BMW 3 or MB C class). Base car: $35k This probably comes with 50kwh battery and is good for 220 range. So I want more range. I think likely we ll see 65 and 80 batteries for Model 3. It's pretty much Tesla's standard rate to charge 9k for each 15kwh. So if I want the 80, it's additional: $18k Everyone will probably want AP. AP pricing has only increased instead of down and it probably wouldn't be any different for Model 3, so : 8k I want leather seats: 1.5-2k Sunroof (pano): 1.5-2k Metallic or premium color: 1k Better rims: 1.5k Better audio: 1k For these above, I intentionally have them be cheaper than Model S since these are generally cheaper on this class of cars compared to their higher versions in other brands as well. These prices are well in line with BMW or MB option prices. Nav is not standard for any car in this class. And most cost 1.5-2k. Not sure if on Tesla it would be standard or not, but I assume not, so add the 1.5-2k. Generally a cold weather package like heated seats is not standard in this class, so 0.5k. I am sure there will be other packages, like premium interior, sports appearance / suspension (e.g. similar to Msport package in BMW for say 2.5k, which changes suspension to M sport suspension), etc. I want the better suspension, so 2.5k. Ok let add all of these up: 72-73.5k. This is without a most certainly available performance package that ll provide insane/lud acceleration. I am sure they can tag 10k on top for that. I don't need that, so I am not adding. Oh of course AWD is likely 3k, but since I am down south maybe I can forego that. However it does add 10 miles of range, so maybe it's worth it. So if I add that, I am above 75k.