Thanks for the discovery, post and link. To me, that vehicle looks perhaps 85-90% the size of a Model S. Now, as I'm usually wrong in these matters, I probably am here too. Regardless, here's my point (and it's a point for discussion, not a refutation): how can this diminished Model S come in at a $35,000 price point?
Took the words right out of my mouth -- I'll take mine in red, please! :biggrin:I'd need tires with some sidewall for our local roads. Aside from that, hell yes! Sign me up! (Although with normal rear doors, and a B-pillar. Roof crush strength standards makes skipping the B pillar inadvisable.)
Nice looking car Would definitely buy this car if Tesla showed us a Model 3 with this look.
It looks almost like a scaled-down Model S, especially front and rear views. And Elon has said that it will not resemble a Model S.
Although I probably would love the suicide doors, what happened to the "less adventurous"? So no, it will not be this on the Model 3. Maybe on the Model S/X MkII?
While I'm not a fan of suicide doors (thanks, but I prefer my roof to have a solid B pillar for rollover protection), they are by no means expensive.Yeah.. the production cost of those doors alone would push the car into a $$ range well beyond what Tesla wants for the 3.