The Model 3 may turn out to be well suited for livery, fleet, and rental use. Even now, some comparatively expensive Model Ss are being used as Ubers. Picture a Hertz rental agent telling you that your Model 3 local rental includes 150 miles per day and free fuel. The economics could make a lot of sense for taxi companies, car rental companies, government and corporate fleets (maybe even police cars!)...especially when you consider that most configurations would likely have a very short option list. And a low total cost of ownership could be a compelling value proposition. A typical configuration might include a larger battery, a quick charger, and added safety features. But no dual motor, premium upgrades (e.g. colors, wheels, interior, glass roof, sound system), air suspension, towing, glass roof, electric scissor doors, radar cloaking, et al. Tesla could eventually cater to these markets by offering special versions. And Model 3 derivatives (SUV, station wagon, pick-up truck, panel truck, convertible, etc.) could become ubiquitous over the next decade. Could the Model 3 platform become the Model T of the 21st century...or am I just being blinded by the hype?