As shown by a new post on Teslarati with screen shots from the Tesla Model 3 order guide, reservation holders can now configure a Model 3 with the Dual Motor and Performance Packages.
Rear-wheel-drive models with the long-range battery, the cheapest version of the Model 3 available today, start at $49,000.
Ordering all-wheel drive alone without the Performance Package adds another $4,000.
Moving up to the Performance model adds another $11,000. The Performance package unlocks another 10 mph in top speed and boosts acceleration, taking the Model 3 from 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds. Performance models also come with a premium interior upholstered in black, with heated front and rear seats and steering wheel.
Separately, Model 3 Performance buyers can add a Performance Upgrade package with 20-inch wheels with summer performance tires, a carbon-fiber spoiler, and aluminum sport pedals.
They also have exclusive access to the White Premium Interior Package with 12-way power seats with separate driver profiles, the tinted glass roof, and the Connectivity Package with in-car streaming media, live traffic visualization on satellite maps, Satellite radio, and updates via wi-fi as well as cellular data.
Big options include Enhanced Autopilot for $5,000 up front (it costs $6,000 to have Tesla enable it later via an over-the-air update), and the Full Self-Driving Capability option for $3,000. No Tesla currently has Full Self-Driving Capability. The $3,000 option is a pre-payment to have it enabled at some unspecified future time after Tesla perfects the software.
In a Tweet, CEO Elon Musk said the Full-Self-Driving Capability would be enabled in August with the release of Software Version 9 for the Model 3.
That issue is better in latest Autopilot software rolling out now & fully fixed in August update as part of our long-awaited Tesla Version 9. To date, Autopilot resources have rightly focused entirely on safety. With V9, we will begin to enable full self-driving features.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 10, 2018
A report in Electrek notes that the future price to enable the Full Self-Driving Capability has gone up from $4,000 to $5,000 for new buyers.
Buyers can also choose a premium paint color for $1,500 (anything but black).
All-in, a Performance Model 3 will run $80,000, but without Autopilot, Full-Self Driving Capability, the add-on Performance Upgrade Package, buyers will be able to order a Model 3 for as little as $67,000, according to Teslarati.
Standard All-Wheel-Drive Model 3 buyers can order the Premium Interior for $5,000 but not in white. They'll even get a special red-underlined badge on the trunk to show for their money.
Without either the Performance or the Performance Upgrade Package, the all-wheel-drive Model 3 tops out at about $63,500.
Reservation holders will need to put down an additional $2,500 non-refundable deposits to submit their final orders. The process is the same as for any custom built Tesla, including all previous Model 3s. At that point the car goes into Tesla's build sequence. Teslarati's screen shots indicate that buyers who order early are being given estimated wait times of two to four months.
Updated to clarify that the additional $2,500 deposit is the same as has always been required when buyers submit their specific build orders.