While the Tesla Model 3 isn't yet ready, we can estimate the cost using some historical data and your own user preferences for upgrades. In this video, I take a look at the user entered budgets from Model3Tracker.info and see how much you're willing to pay for your Tesla Model 3. See the Data - https://teslanomics.co/how-much-are-you-willing-to-pay-for-a-model-3-budget-estimates-by-country Looking back at my analysis of the most popular features for the Tesla Model 3 I found that Autopilot 2.0 and the Battery reigned supreme. The big question left unanswered from that analysis was how much it might cost, and if people were willing to pay for it. Here, we have some data from you, the Tesla Model 3 reservation holders, about what you're willing to pay. My best guess is that most people will pay around fifty thousand dollars USD after all the upgrades. And lucky enough, this is what our data shows. If you haven't already please go to https://model3tracker.info and enter your preferences so we can update this and gain an even deeper insight into what the historic launch of the Tesla Model 3 will end up being. // Join Our Community on Patreon! We're now using Patreon as a way to build out the community of passionate, intelligent people that love the detailed analysis of the facts behind Tesla and their products. Learn more at https://teslanomics.co/patreon // Join the Convo Online fb https://fb.com/teslanomics tw https://twitter.com/teslanomicsco // What is the Tesla Model 3? (wikipedia.org) The Tesla Model 3 is an upcoming all-electric four-door compact luxury sedan produced by Tesla, Inc. It was unveiled on March 31, 2016. Tesla anticipates the Model 3 will deliver an all-electric range of at least 215 miles (346 km), with base model pricing in the US market starting at US$35,000 before any applicable government incentives. Limited Model 3 production is scheduled to begin in July 2017. Production is planned to ramp up to exceed 5,000 vehicles per week at some point in the fourth quarter, and 10,000 vehicles per week at some point in 2018. Within a week of the unveiling, company officials said they had taken 325,000 Model 3 reservations, more than triple the number of Model S sedans Tesla had sold by the end of 2015. These reservations represent potential sales of over US$14 billion. As of May 15, 2016, Tesla had taken about 373,000 reservations. The Model 3 was codenamed Tesla BlueStar in the original business plan in 2007. The name Model 3, originally stylized as "Model ☰", was announced on Musk's Twitter account on July 16, 2014, however the intended name was Model E that was abandoned due to Ford's trademark on the name; Musk wanted the three current models to spell SEX, but settled with "S3X". In early 2017, after trademark opposition from Adidas, the horizontal bars stylization was abandoned and changed to a numeric "3". Design In 2013, design chief Franz von Holzhausen stated that the Model 3 will "be an Audi A4, BMW 3-series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class type of vehicle that will offer everything: range, affordability, and performance with a starting price of US$30,000" that is targeted toward the mass-market. While technology from Tesla's Model S will be incorporated into the Model 3, it will be 20% smaller than the Model S and have its own unique design. According to Tesla's CTO, JB Straubel, in October 2015 most Tesla engineers were working on the 3 rather than S or X. Since electric cars have lower cooling needs than combustion cars, the Model 3 does not have a front grille. Musk intended for the final design to be released on June 30, but the design was finished July 27 then it was not publicly released. After the final design of the first Model 3, any further features would be included in future versions of the 3. The glass roof developed by Tesla Glass will be made of the same glass used for roof tiles; a glass roof was introduced on the Model S in late 2016. // Music provided by Epidemic Sound
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