Let's jump beyond speculating about the Model E (or whatever it is to be called now!) and imagine what EVs will look like in, say, 10-15 years time. There will be no more agonizing about what size and type of 'engine' to get and the small electric motors will be discretely installed under the back seats (or frunk or wherever). So what will distinguish one brand/model from another? OK range, performance and build quality/reliability. If these are similar - as is pretty well the case with ICE cars now - then the prime considerations will be design/layout/visual appeal (which can be more diverse than with ICEs). What do you think will be the alternatives or standard design? I imagine that the bonnets/hoods will get shorter to open up internal space and improve aerodynamics - maybe to the point of one-box designs. Minimal rear windows as CCTVs will replace the need and windows just add heat and cold so maybe they will become smaller. Also I can see the air intakes shrinking to aid aero and the designs becoming slinkier for aero including enclosed wheels (certainly at the rear). Less cluttered and more spacious interiors will add a new component and layouts may become more radical and range from super-plush to minimalist. Fun to speculate - what ideas do you have?