I test drove the Model 3 last month when THEY added everything up for me it was $69K. I think it's a good $40K car, I do not think it's by any means a luxury car (which Tesla does NOT classify itself as luxury but some perceive it is) at Anything over $60K. Yes it's straight-line performance was neck snapping, but even as aggressive as I am driving, I don't see myself stomping it from every light. It felt like a vehicle I rode ON, not in. Wind noise over my head along the upper windshield not acceptable. Having 2 little buttons on the steering wheel proved inconvenient of how many times I had to initiate the center screen, then choose with the two little buttons. Maybe I'm used to Fords where everything is on the steering wheel I will need and activate easily, and not take 2-3 push buttons on the center screen to activate. The doors sounded tinsy when you closed them. The awkward way to open the door handle was just inconvenient. And the sun visors believe in a GM 70s product, the most poorest, chintziest design since GM. Being in FL, I expect arctic cold air coming out of the registers. The air was "cool", but not at all as frigid as a Ford product. Air Conditioned seats, not available - (Sorry deal breaker being in FL). The interior center console compartments felt 00's Ford dinky.
Yes they have cute little games and toys within the infotainment system, which any manufacturer could learn from. The stereo system was amazingly strong (I always use Baby Got Back to test out a system). The powered open/close of the electrical charger outlet is cute. And the acceleration was amazing (But felt top heavy-even though it's not) when I through it into a corner, again it felt like I was ON the vehicle, not in it. I think if you hate driving, Tesla is a good car that can do it for you most of the time. They are good on safety, computering, electrification and acceleration. By no means would I say they are a great manufacturer....and it'll sell well because of the hype and it's trendy but I will say WAIT till others get there, and suddenly what they do, will be seen as mundane.