Tesla used to tell investors that they would build 4 vehicles off the Model S "skateboard" platform: Sedan SUV/Crossover Van Cabriolet Now they simply say: Model S Model X Future Product Future Product From what we've heard about the Model X, it will have a stretched wheelbase (compared to Model S) and it will be "as functional as a Minivan and cooler than any Crossover you've seen" (combining the Van and Crossover concepts). They're probably still going to do the convertible, so what will the 4th "future product" be? Which made me think "why drive down market, when there's an untapped segment up market." So if they're stretching the wheelbase then the next logical step (to my way of thinking) is to use that to create a BMW 7-series competitor that prices out $77K / $87K / $97K. Lexus is selling the LS460 Hybrid. I think Tesla could do very well in this segment competing against the S-Class, 7-Series, LS460, etc. Has anyone heard any rumblings about this?