I don’t know what’s around the the super charger in Brewer but if the my Battery is below 40% I can charge at 100 kw. a(that’s like 300 miles an hour charge rate for me) And that’s on a 150 kw charger on old battery tech.The Model Y is more appealing, I'm a wagon/hatch person and so is my wife. Looks like there's an ATB diff for Tesla drivetrains already. Model 3/Y dual motor long range battery with long travel suspension and good diffs would make for an unstoppable and comfortable year round driver. We haven't been further away from home than Bangor, 95-115 miles depending on which way we go, since November 2018 when we were on the way to our newly bought house. A 300+ mile range is plenty for us.
My point is long range may be a selling point but it really shouldn’t be as big of a factor in the buying decision. 10-15 minutes on the charger and you would have enough range to get back home.
If batteries start limiting production we will see Tesla sell 50-60 kWh batteries in the M3 just to keep the production lines moving.
I’d totally take beefed up MY but I’d make sure it gets some extra battery protection under there.
What you don’t trust traction control???