These are the numbers to beat going forward, and it's a moving target:
Model 3 extended range $44k 310 miles: $142
per mile of range
Chevy Bolt $37.5k 238 miles: $157 per mile of range
Model 3 standard range $35k 220 miles: $160 per mile of range
Everyone else is above $240 per mile of range.
I suspect it's going to be very hard for all other automakers to beat Tesla going forward. And don't forget experts estimate GM loses about $8,000 per Bolt sold. Tesla will also have negative gross margins with the Model 3 in 2017, but towards 2H 2018 Model 3's gross margin will turn positive (they are aiming for 25% GM with volume production).
source: http://insideevs.com/310-mile-tesla-mod ... comes-new/
Base price of the Model 3 is $36,200 including the $1,200 delivery charge.
Presumably, Tesla is hoping that most buyers will pick at least some of the expensive options, rather than buy the $36,200 base Model 3 with no options (which is a good deal for the buyer, but probably not so much for Tesla). Here are the options:
$9,000 long range battery
$5,000 Premium Upgrade Package (heated seats, leather, glass roof, etc.)
$5,000 Enhanced Autopilot
$3,000 future full self driving capability (requires Enhanced Autopilot)
$1,500 19" (instead of 18") wheels
$1,000 any color other than black