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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by Teslaliving, Feb 5, 2017.
At the end of this video are the prices, but who's I dont know.
Those numbers were purely speculative online, covering what might be offered. How much do you think your going to be paying for yours? I'm thinking we will go with either mid or top battery here.
@ clprenz For safety and range reasons I will go for either a 80D or a P80D without ludicrous. Then I will pay for a fully loaded P80D Euro 60.000 MAX incl Dutch taxes. I think that is quite a fair price considering the base model will be as well Euro 35.000 incl Dutch taxes and considering of course the car-class /segment C or D in which the model 3 falls into.
When you buy a Tesla you have to consider a loading point, solar panels and storage at home as well. That price will come on top of the car-price. That is how I motivate the price.
Any information with regards to Model ≡ pricing at this point still needs to be taken with a large (a pound ?!) of salt... European prices are even more in question because of uncertainty related to forex at the time our respective cars would be delivered... I am like you... though I could go higher, I do have a budget (after French incentives if hopefully still valid by then ...) which could be the only killer variable... So trying to remain optimistic and reasonable with battery size & options!
I have my reasons to communicate like I did.
I have been looking at the cofiguration posibilities for the model 3 on model3tracker.info .
A question popped up in relation to wheelchoice. Optional is (next to larger wheels) premium standerd size with "premium rims".
Will this option be the rims showed in the first video of Tesla Model 3 Sightings and Spy Shots?
I pose this question here, because of the costs involved and because it is a too detailed question to start a new post for.
@Mergoscia , hi! Remember, any specific question, particularly if detailed, regarding options for Model ≡, is likely to be answerable with conjectures and/best guesses only...
Of course, formulating hypotheses is what we spend most of our times in these fora...
Clearly what rims will be offered l, standard and as option, is totally uncertain at this point...
Though I concur it is almost as intriguing as how the final spaceship-like will look like and whether or not there will be a HUD...!
You are right about all is best guesses. But my question not only has a direct longing for answers. It also serves for insight in cliënt's wishes to Tesla. Cause I presume Tesla will follow treads and Tesla-fashiontrends on several Fora.
Oh, I know for a fact that they do...
That's why my quote:" I have my reasons to communicate like I did". I do not say directly what the content of the reason is, but I think you are far too clever not to understand that.
By the way: I started a post about buyers acceptance of quality and reliability issues on the model 3.
Thanks for the compliment. Sure the same is valid for you too hence my comparable discretion.
For around Euro 60.000 I allready dropped a few my wishes. See beneath.
My ideal model 3 would be
- enhanched Auto-pilot,
- self driving function,
- premium upgrade package with HEPA ventilation, Bioweapon defense mode, carbon filters and external lightning,
- NO need for internal upgrades, like leather, headliners and dockingsystems (I am a vegan; so no animalskin inside)
- maybe Ultra High Fidelity for classical music, DROPPED
- Pirelli wintertires, DROPPED
- Best brakes/ Brembo ventilated brakes,DROPPED
- maybe air-suspention,
- NO NEED maybe upgrade internal loader,
- Solar energy roof,
- Dark Blue (The royal blue; not the blue Tesla has at the moment). DROPPED
When the car is max P75D I think the expected price in Euro's (60.000 or even way more) is way out of balance.
I will follow the developments, but I am deeply disappointed and probably will redraw my reservation.
An hour later.....
I triple checked at the configurationpage of model3tracker.info the price of my (not even by far) preferred 3.
I filled out the questions 1/16 to16/16 with the guestimates. And again I would have to pay $ 71.650 for the car.
I think that is a way too high a price considering it is only a P75D and the class / segment C or D the model 3 falls into.
Another hour later........
I made a model3tracker.info-estimate of my preferred model 3. In that scenerio (and still not fully opt) I have to pay $75.150. Ha,ha, ha for a class C / D car???????? ha, ha, ha. Tesla can think herself becoming rich with nothing........
Probably I am out!
@Mergoscia , of course you do what you want... Only thing I would say at this point is unless you're in a bind to make a fast decision, I would hold a while longer until more facts are available about what will be available when, and at what price... For us in Europe, I'd say that is at least... 6-9 months from now... Oh, that's funny... 6-9 months, just like Elon said yesterday...
@Michael Russo, You are right again....but as I analize prices in dollars and towards European standards in Euro's........I don't feel comfortable at all.
Your choice, yet it's a tough one...
Why does anyone seem to want the dual motor/AWD option? Dont see the appeal unless you drive winter snow conditions.
If a choice between fully loaded 3 and starter model S, I'll take the S.
An M3 at $75K makes no sense at all. Little car with bells and whistles is a no starter.
I'll shell out $45K max OTD for a M3 otherwise I'll look at the MB EQ if I want something nicer. A nice EQ is projected to be about $49K, a nicely configured GLC at sticker prices and I like the dash. You just know most everyone will have similar performance specs eventually. Tesla is just driving the technology right now. There's a plateau coming. A dozen brands are hard at work as we speak and EV's are not that hard to build, the self driving is currently the hard part. Tesla is out the gate in a rush but the pack will catch up pretty quickly.
That's exactly the reason, and for better efficiency (eg. More miles)
Plus this is how to get the additional benefit of full regenerative braking...