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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by daytonatom, Jul 15, 2015.
The Citroen DS5
From that angle it looks good, but it's a little too shooting brakey for me looked at from the side:
It looks fairly nice, though.
Very neat looking although a bit wagon-like. A more car-like roofline all the way to the back may be more appropriate for the 3.
I like it. The "grill" (from the link) looks a lot like Tesla to me...
A sleeker Subaru Legacy wagon. Me likey.
Nice looking car. Seems like all the automakers are going to the "flame surfaced" styling school.
Believe that whatever Tesla releases will be styled in the wind tunnel.
Personally, I'm expecting it to look a lot more like the Honda Crosstour for overall design (remove ugly front, rear wiper, and shark fin antenna, add Model S nose).
Ew. NO! Motor Trend lised the Crosstour as one of the top ten ugliest cars recently.
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Looks like a sleeker BMW i3. Not sure if that's good or bad.
That is exactly the reason I showed it from the back -- the front is absolutely hideous!
I'm not sure its butt was anything to write home about, either.
Maybe that is what the Model '3 CUV looks like but definitely not the liftback sedan.
Yes, tired of these high rear-ends (I blame that in part on the Prius and having owned a few since 2009).
The shape and contours of the model three will be born out of the aerodynamics; windtunnel testing and low coefficient of drag are paramount for long-range from a smaller battery footprint. Tesla has already proven technology can come together to produce the long-range car that is fun to drive, the model three will be more function over form.