Does you think that the world will be different after the Model 3 is released or it won't be much different? There are a lot of things that set apart a Model S and any other car and I don't know when the last time I've heard of a car doing that. I feel like once the Model 3 arrives and Tesla becomes mainstream, it really will be a new hallmark of technology. Obviously Tesla is compared excessively to Apple, but the iPhone set the example of what a modern smartphone should be (and astonishingly 8 years later they're not much different). The cellphone market practically transformed into the smartphone market, and everyone including children rely excessively on mobile apps. I can't help but think about a future where autonomous driving becomes a second thought to everything else in a car, much like calling and texting became a second thought to everything else in a smartphone. That's not to mention that a car is more desirable when it's electric, and with the Model 3 EV's will become feasible for the mainstream (second to the Bolt). But an electric vehicle that leverages autonomy to make technology so accessible to its occupants? That's what I see as the true disruptor.