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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by MassModel3, Apr 12, 2016.
Is it just me, or....
Now that I saw that, I can't un-see it.
Yes, I saw it too, it is not only you...
That matte paint job makes it look especially so!
From that angle the shark really reads and I like its aggressive look. However from other angles it looks like a platypus. Smoother is better. Actually a smooth shark would be even better.
I wouldn't be too worried about it. "Refreshed" Model S front end vs mock-ups of Model 3 front end!
I'll take the shark nose over the model x mustache. I prefer the oval over the mustache too. I was so disappointed when they went with the mustache on the mX, after showing it with the cone nose all during the prototype phase.
I don't know why some are complaining. I find the front looks awesome as is!
Keep the Shark!
Looks are subjective, I suppose.
I haven't read every post in this forum but an opening to the nose, a grill of some sort, could also be functional as well as good looking. Consider it being ducted with airflow being directed to the front brakes and/or front motor for cooling purposes.
There are already openings in the lower part of the Model 3 front bumper cover. Should be no need to add more openings and create more turbulent flow.
Not going to happen probably (haha), but one way to reduce drag would be to cover the car with dimples. The golf ball effect.
Dimpled Car MiniMyth
Part of me really wants to have a shark mouth "grill" and then wrap it in battleship gray or a military green.
And this week is the Shark Week too. I just changed my Model 3 interior to White this week. The outside is already White. Maybe I will name my car "The Great White".