Summary: The SUV's/crossovers are getting lower. The I-Pace (SUV according to Jaguar) is only 1.56 m high, only 2 cm higher then the Volvo V90 cross country station wagon. So, why not make the Model Y a cross country version of the Model 3, would the US/world be ready for that type of vehicle ? Ramblings: Europeans love station wagons, that much we know. The rest of the world buys sedans or crossovers. But i wonder if this could change when it comes to electric vehicles. The poll here (Model S Wagon?) gives a hint that it would work, even though the (ICE) market says something else. There's some interesting things going on with some of the crossovers that's being released now. They're getting lower. Take the Jaguar I-Pace f.e. It's an "SUV" (by name at least) and only 1.56m high. The 2017 VW Tiguan is 1.63 cm. So, would a Volvo V90 cross country type of station wagon Model 3 = Model Y work ? It's 1.54 m high, only 2 cm lower then the I-Pace: Lowering the height is VERY important for EV's, just look at the Model S vs Model X energy consumption: There are some Cd related drawbacks with a station wagon but they are far from as prominent as the height, or the CdA to be precise. The Audi A4 station wagon (Avant) has a Cd of 0.26 as an example, Sedan 0.23. And the highway fuel consumption difference between the sedan and the station wagon is only 4.5%, NEDC though so perhaps a bit on the low side. Combine the much lower energy consumption (smaller battery, lower price) with the fact that going from a Model 3 sedan to a "cross country" station wagon would be a very easy thing to do compared with making a full size crossover/SUV. Reusing a lot of parts between the 3 and the Y is a good thing, for production/logistics, cost (Tesla), price (customer). So, what do you think ?