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Imagination takes the Tesla design to the next level

01 August 2016

Carwow have designed a range of concept cars that incorporate the iconic features of Tesla; these include the Tesla city car, Tesla hypercar and the Tesla pickup truck.

The Tesla Model R concept design (Image created for carwow by YasidDESIGN)

The Tesla Model R is carwow’s concept design of a hypercar. The iconic wing badge, ‘T grille’ and wheel design will all look familiar but features sharper edges that evoke the power going to all four wheels.  According the carwow, there will be ‘no mid-engined cabin-forward design…Tesla sticks boldly to the classic shape of the front-engined, rear-drive hypercar’. 

On a completely new level, the Model U is a Tesla style truck. It features a wide, deep load bed, double cap and upright windscreen which, according to carwow, will make it the first economical and practical truck on the market. 

Lastly, carwow imagines the Model C, the Tesla city car. Current Tesla models are innovative for their speed and performance, carwow believes this can be turned down a notch for the city car, increasing the usable range significantly. Being all electric and not having a petrol or diesel engine in the way, carwow sees Tesla being able to put a substantial amount of glass around the front of the cabin. The large windscreen will allow more light inside, giving an extra sense of roominess and comfort. 

These designs are concept only and do not represent any future plans for Tesla.

To see how carwow produced and designed these concepts, click here

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