You can guarantee that Tesla will move away from the Mercedes sourced steering column, steering wheel, and window controls.I guess I could have provided a complete breakdown of the differences but figured most folks would know.
Here's what is on the Model S today that only exists as a touch-screen interface on the 3;
1. Mirror controls
2. Air vent controls
3. Cruise control / EAP controls (dedicated stalk AND distance controls)
4. Glove Box release
5. Full windshield wiper controls (intermittent rate, etc., controlled through physical switch)
6. Steering wheel adjustment
To some people elimination of all of those and moving it to the touchscreen is no big deal. To others it's a big deal. Also worth pointing out (but not point of this poll) is that Model S also has a center instrument cluster that displays some vehicle information in front of the driver that is not available on the Model 3 interface, or must be accessed on the Model 3 interface by using the touchscreen while driving.