Does that mean the lowest tier battery that won't be out for a while or the mid-tier that will presumably be available at launch? I'm going to guess the least desirable answer to that question is the correct one but it doesn't feel like "to start" if that's the case. I'm also wondering how options-dependent a lot of the listed features are. The 3ft of water depth for instance. In one of the convention clips, one of the engineers mentions something about protective plating for the motors and the shocks being "an option." Doesn't the undercarriage need to be sealed up tight in the first place in order to submerge half the car under water? In any case, if the bare bones wimpy range model is 69k and there will be a minimalist version of the longest range car for under 90k, best guess is that the middling bare bones version could be in Model S long-range territory which is probably pretty fair given the fancy features to range tradeoff but kinda bums me out nonetheless.