When the Model 3 is in full production, and reservations have been met, will the Model S 60 and 60D be discontinued? I have a few reasons for thinking this may be the case: 1. The S 60 Currently Is Meant To "Anti-Sell" The Model 3: After seeing the amazingly high number of Model 3 reservations, Tesla reintroduced the S 60 to anti-sell the 3 by having a new lowest Tesla entry point. When the reservations are fulfilled, and production is at its target, there will be less incentive to anti-sell the 3. 2. The 60kWh Battery Doesn't Exist: It's already a 75kWh battery that is just software locked. There would be no change to manufacturing if they were to discontinue it. 3. Inadequate Range: The S 60 has an EPA rated range of 338km (351km on the 60D). That's really not enough. The S 60 has some benefits due to the aforementioned software lock, those being upgradeability, faster top-off charging, and less degradation. But even with all that considered, 338km is not enough range for a $68,000 (US) car. 4. Differentiation: A fully loaded 3 will likely cost somewhere in the $60,000-70,000 range. It will be hard for an S 60 with no options to be justified when one could get a 3 with all the options and 150km greater range for the same cost. Even if Tesla keeps the S 60 at first, they may find that people just choose to not buy them anymore. Thoughts? Do you instead think that Tesla will continue to make the S 60? Or is my conclusion a very obvious one that we all share and I wasted some time writing this?