Tesla Model 3 Options and Pricing.

Tesla says there will be less than 100 configurations of the Model 3.  For the initial production run, options will be limited and buyers will only be able to select the color and wheel size.  However, Elon Musk did say that reservations can be extended for those that want other options (e.g. Dual Motor AWD).  Here are the possible options and pricing.

First, we have to assume that the colors (black, silver, blue, white, and red) are excluded from the 100 configurations as they’re not really configurations or options.  Perhaps Tesla won’t charge $1,000 or $1,500 to upgrade from the default black color.  Also, Autopilot shouldn’t count towards the 100 configurations since it’s a software option that can be enabled at any time.  For pricing, we can assume that most options will be roughly half their equivalent Model S price since the starting price of Model 3 is also about half the starting price of Model S.

Battery and Drivetrain

  • 60 kWh
  • 75 kWh (+$5,000)
  • 75 kWh Dual Motor AWD (+$7,500)
  • 75 kWh Performance Dual Motor AWD (+$27,500)

Colors

  • Black
  • Silver Metallic
  • Blue Metallic
  • Pearl White
  • Multi-Coat Red
  • Signature Red (Day One Reservations Only)

Roof

  • Standard
  • Glass (+$750)

Wheels

  • 18″
  • 19″ (+$1,250)

Interior

  • Multi-Pattern Black
  • Black Leather (+$1,500)
  • Tan Leather (+$1,500)

Sound

  • Standard
  • Premium (+$1,250)

Autopilot

  • Safety
  • Enhanced (+$2,500)
  • Enhanced + Full Self Driving Capability (+$4,000)

Total Configurations (excluding color and Autopilot) = 96

Early Delivery Configuration (75 kWh, Black Leather, Glass Roof, and Premium Sound) = $43,500

As for range and performance, here are some guesses:

  • 60 kWh – 220 miles, 0-60mph in 5.6 seconds
  • 75 kWh – 275 miles, 0-60mph in 5.2 seconds
  • 75 kWh Dual Motor AWD – 290 miles, 0-60mph in 4.8 seconds
  • 75 kWh Performance Dual Motor AWD – 270 miles, 0-60mph in 3.4 seconds