You need to have read the two previous threads:- “Proposed Model 3 concept clay model (unofficial)” and “Revised Model 3 Concept model” to get all the background to this thread! Here is an alternative styling exercise – softer and less edgy (more conservative?) - but using the same basic architecture. Which do you prefer? vs - the previous look.... I was (pleasantly) surprised to see how positive people were about the option of a Model 3 (or MS) Station Wagon. With a Tesla frunk for out-of-sight and security storage, a station wagon makes a lot of sense – especially for a family vehicle. So I (out of curiosity) made a 'top-hat' to go onto the basic car to convert it to a SW. Firstly I realised that the base design with the high rump was already quite far down the track to a SW – maybe it should be called a 'Semi-Wagon'! The amount of extra space without extending the wheelbase and rear overhang by just squaring off the rear was almost minimal so I took the Citroen CX Station Wagon route – a stepped and raised rear roof line. It may not be 'stylish' but it has major advantages – raised rear seats; extra leg space; extra head room; more – and higher - internal space. If a purchaser goes for a SW then practicalities may outweigh pure style? Of course the step could be blended into the roof line if required (but that made the model modification too tricky for now!) The iconic Tesla side window shape was kept intact. There are no architecture alterations (another option) nor styling changes – some SWs are distinctly different to the car from which they were derived.......For Tesla this may be an excessive (and unnecessary) development cost. To get an idea of a 'finished' rear end to suit this design, look at the Volvo V40 Estate. Or a mix of this and the Volvo C30 – I like this style at the rear – clean; glassy; practical; different. The resulting SW has h-u-g-e internal space; a big frunk (nearly MS size); flat floors and low CoG (even with the raised seating/roofline due to being an EV). And all in a package the size of an Audi A4/BMW 3-Series...........Plus all the Tesla/EV benefits! Anyway I am finished with options for now. I really started this as an exercise to see if the idea of a long-wheelbase/short overhang with a high rump and 1 ½ box shape would work. Including throwing in the underbody rear diffuser and minimal/no faux grille. I am personally happy with the outcome and realise that it could be much improved with subtle and classy detailing. I can visualise something like it in full size on the road making other cars in this class look a bit 'dull'...........maybe pre-EV. Over to Franz and co at Tesla to see what they ultimately come up with!