I've been reading this forum for a while. It seems to me there is always someone that would say not to buy the current 2017 S 75D New Inventory/Custom Order. Instead, wait until Tesla has successfully sustained the whatever number production per week next year and then the S will be way cheaper. I understand buying any car new, we take on the initial depreciation hit - that's pretty standard and given. What I'm not understanding is, why would the 3 make all previously owned S cheaper than usual? Is it because there would be more Tesla out on the roads regardless of 3/S/X or S/E/X? Ha couldn't help it. Is it because less demand for the S due to people won't spend $20,000+ more for a higher end car that is slightly better in everyway? Or is it simply because cheaper model drive down the brand name? Kind of like how AMEX used to be THE card to carry and 10-15 years ago, they rolled out a blue card or whatever card and AMEX became just another credit card like Visa.