So it's been stated (or interpreted from relative statements) that the Model 3 won't have dual motor options in 2017. The reasoning being simple streamlined roll out for the initial production. Despite my disappointment, I understand the logic, and respect it. One could speculate that they may limit or not even reveal other options early on. So if you take that logic to further what other options do you think will be singular or limited for the 2017 roll out? I'm worried that the battery pack could be limited. Musk tweeted that the M3 would max out at 75kwh due to the physical limitation of the wheelbase, but that doesn't mean that the 2017 model will offer more than one battery option. If I skip the dual motor option I'd really like to funnel that money into the battery pack options. I'm also wonder if they'll require autopilot for 2017 orders. It's in their interest to get M3 autopilot miles logged ASAP. So prioritizing orders that include autopilot, especially since that helps pay for the included hardware, would be another logical paring down for the 2017 options. Not to mention recent tweets about the lack of an instrument cluster or screen. That being said, I think eventually Musk should rip the band-aid off and make it standard on all Tesla models. As more and more established car makers enter the EV market autopilot will become one of the distinguishing features when you consider comments regarding how far ahead of the game Tesla is. Recent tweets and still simplified interior make me wonder if that time could be soon, but that seems overly optimistic. The interior options will probably be simplified for the car even into 2018. I get the feeling from the design language that there won't be a lot interior trim options. It will be very apple-esque as much as I abhor the company it makes sense here. Tesla has the opposite problem of most businesses, so they could be scheming even more ways to make future customers want to wait. A few bitter cancellations isn't really of any concern. Thoughts?