I drive a Tesla and I am a early adopter who paid hefty price for it. I personally do not regret it because I really like the car and it's technology along with the drive and instant response. I will not compare this against any other car in the market around that price bracket just because they are not apples to apples. Audi Q7 was my previous one, I can tell you lot of people said Audi was very comfortable seats, luxury built and heavy and nice to drive etc, but my current Tesla will accelerate faster, has more functions and personally feel it has more technical advancements, so I guess I am satisfied with the premium I paid for now.
Saying the above, I don't think my Tesla will drop significantly in price in the next 4 years, perhaps less than an Audi.
Just saying ..
Yeah, although Tesla keeps adjusting the price of their vehicles I don't see them getting much cheaper. What I do see happening is that they might add new vehicles that fit into the cheaper price brackets (Elon has mentioned a sub US$30k car down the line), but they need to scale up their support structure first before they start doing that.
I do think in the next few years we'll start to see other manufactures adding EVs that start at cheaper prices then they do today.