Sorry if this was already addressed somewhere else, but my google-foo failed to find a match. I used this google search string: model 3 battery swap site:teslamotorsclub.com So on to the title topic. Will the model 3 have a swappable battery pack? I am optimistically hoping for one. - a swappable pack would be easier to automatically build, as different pack sizes won't need different robotic programming - The Tesla semi has to have swappable packs to facilitate long delivery routes with minimal wait time - Tesla has always de-risked new features by debuting them on another platform first, and having swappable packs on a model 3 would make deploying more swap-stations less "risky" prior to Tesla semi-truck availability. The model 3 won't sink/swim without swap-stations, so deploying and developing the swap-stations in-situ wouldn't be a problem for model 3 sales. Or are the cost goals too tight to make swappable packs and option? I think the titanium shield as an afterthought really hampered the pack swap capabilities of the model S. There's a demand for it (maybe not as great as supercharger, but it is there), but the current execution leaves much to be desired.