So I'm very close to pulling the trigger on a Model S. Been eyeing it up for a LONG time. But as the news continues to come out about Model 3 it has me thinking. I am extreemly happy that all the Model 3 reservations holders are hearing such awesome news about the Model 3 and what it can contain: Performance Model 0-60 in under 6 sec standard AWD model Autopilot features Super Charger features Measures in at about 6% shorter and 4% narrower (so about 90% total space) Possible HUD 215 mile minimum Air suspension options So it got me thinking, in about 2 years time what will separate the lower end Model S from the upper end Model 3? Estimates come in that a maxed out Model 3 will likely be around $85,000. But that would give you a lot of features that you wouldn't get in a comparably priced Model S. So where is the break point? Will Tesla continue to increase Model S's cost with larger battery options until it's all about range and the performance models that set them apart? Perhaps do away with Model S's that start in the 70k's? Just kind of curious what people think will make the Model S worth the premium cost in the future (and to be fair I am thinking 100% from a resale value stand point of buying a Model S today).