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Fixed the nose cone

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by MrJones390, Jul 5, 2015.

  1. MrJones390

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  2. NEWDL

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    I prefer the nose cone actually... I am too used to the full BMW design accompanying the kidney grills that it just doesn't work for me on the Model S.
     
  3. vitaliy

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    Any of those will work

    Lotus Eterne
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  4. travwill

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    Maserati obviously copied Chrysler ;-) hehehe.. ug.
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    It's interesting how people want to perpetuate a design feature that was originally mandated by the needs of the internal combustion engine. The same reason I suppose why early motor cars looked a lot like carriages.

    I'm fine with the current front styling of the car, if that isn't clear.
     
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  7. MrJones390

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    yeup, just a crude cut and paste! BMW front end is so classic
     

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