Think I'm crazy? Look at the Bentley Continental GT - soldiering on 12 years after its introduction in 2004 with only a minor massaging of its lines in 2010 and again this year. It's another example of a car with very classic lines. I see occasional posts from people afraid to buy a Model S for fear a body redesign is coming shortly. My response to that fear is that this car has such perfect lines I don't see how they could improve them with a redesign - you might be better with the original. I think they're aware they hit the design out of the park and that probably a complete redesign is far from a priority right now. It manages to be curvy - yet strong simultaneously. Strong rear haunches, yet graceful - nothing overly exaggerated - and not too subtle either. And although initially glitchy - the flush door handles really help the beltline. As long as they keep upgrading the tech in the car (increasing levels of autonomy, fix the software problems, increasing range) and can eventually improve the weak parts of the interior finishes I think this body has plenty of life left in it. Picture stolen from another thread here - I thought it showed quite will how beautiful the lines are.