Correct me if I'm wrong, but from what I've been picking up, the new autonomous capabilities in every new Tesla vehicle are powered by an NVIDIA Drive PX 2 processing unit. Each unit is liquid cooled supercomputer and as powerful as "150 Macbook Pros" (quote from NVIDIA CEO at CES 2016). BUT the list price of this unit is US$15.000! NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang seems to be an admirer of Elon, so let's say he grants Tesla a discount and gives them away for US$10.000. A Tesla Model 3 costs US$35.000. Elon stated they're aiming for a 25% gross margin, so each Model 3 would have a cost price of US$26.250. So the DRIVE PX 2 would make up 38% of the cost - how is this possible? Could the remaining parts of the vehicle really only cost US$16.250?