I have been looking forward to owning a Tesla since they first made the Roadster. I too loved the idea of a HUD in the Model 3 and with all the evidence and at least two people who have experience with HUD technology being hired thought there was a good chance it would wind up in the car. At the same time I did toy with the idea around all the hype of "what if there is no HUD? how will people react?" Now I suppose we all know from the horse's mouth that there is only one screen, likely no HUD, as Elon tweeted, "The more autonomous a car is, the less dash info you need. How often do you look at the instrument panel when being driven in a taxi?" So to the point of this post. I realize this might not be the ideal solution to the issue if there is in fact no HUD but I think that maybe people who really wanted one might consider it. There are plenty of second party HUDs on the market that offer a ton of features. Here is a decent article on a few that are around right now: http://www.digitaltrends.com/cars/best-head-up-displays/. I am still doing some research just in case. Let me know what you think.