I know the production design has yet to be unveiled, but how much do you think it will change? Should Tesla lead the next styling phase or play it safe? Hyundai seem to have introduced the "free form wave" design that some others have moved towards. Just look at a Ford Escape. It changed drastically from the last body style. To me, it looks like a Hyundai. Dodge and Jeep seem very Fiat recently. I'm not sure what happened to the Grand Cherokee or the newly unveiled 2015 Renegade. Guess they aren't as bad as the 500L (puke). I don't mind the Dart - maybe the Model III can play off that mixed with a little Subaru BRZ, of course with four doors. I won't be sad if it has some C3 Corvette inspired hips, either. Don't know how well that can translate to SUV proportions. Back on track - I like the styling of the Model S, but the X, to me, just looks like a bloated version of the same. I know they aren't doing the Audi "same face" thing, but how much will it differ? Will styling move back to harder lines and flatter panels (Lamborghini Aventador?) rather than complex hydro-formed-looking panels? Would it be too early to delete the nosecone ahead of a Model S update or should the X roll with what is has and revamp the line when the Model III arrives and trends have changed a little?