Submitted by Supraman on Sat, 2016-04-16 15:32
I've been looking at the options for the Model S. The vast majority of them are so tempting that, if they were offered on the Model 3, I'd be very reluctant to omit them. However, there seems to be no such thing as a cheap Tesla option, with the least expensive being £650/$750 for various wood décors. By the time you add in the cooler options such as the Autopilot Convenience Features, Premium Upgrades Package, etc., the price escalates at an alarming rate. And that's before you even consider the Ludicrous Speed Upgrade at £8,700/$10,000!
I believe that Elon has said that at least some of the options will be less expensive on the Model 3, but there is no guarantee that they will all be proportionately less; there seems to be a general feeling that Tesla are relying on options for the majority of their profits.
So, what are your best guesses for the worst-case price for a fully loaded Model 3?