- Photo credits Emre Husmen

The next-generation Tesla Model S might look like this

Styling change for the big electric sedan!

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Although its style is still relevant, the Tesla Model S is beginning to lose its wow effect on the aesthetic side. It should be said that the Model S was first introduced in 2012 before being restyled in 2016. So this year it celebrates its eight years of existence and the transition to a new generation is approaching, although nothing has been confirmed yet.

Some designers like Emre Husmen have taken on the Model S and created the second generation of the big Californian sedan. The renderings show a new car with a much more modern and expressive style. With a 0 to 60 time probably improved, the new Model S will adopt a look that matches its performance.

Husmen has opted for even thinner headlights with comma-shaped, downward-sloping parts. The front wings will have hollowed-out areas with a rib that extends in a curve along the entire body. The door bottoms will also be significantly more sculpted than on the current model. The taillights will be more elongated.

Some will find this design looks like the Fisker Karma. That's true since Elon Musk hired Henrik Fisker for the early development of the current Model S. Today, everything has evolved and times are changing. After brilliantly replacing the Roadster and creating a Cybertruck with an incredible design, it's time to transform the Model S as well.

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Comments (56)

  • A curved touchscreen, is that even possible? I love it.

      9 months ago
  • Surface treatment is terrible and so over the top. A Tesla will never look like this.

      9 months ago
  • Put a Mustang badge on it and tell me if you would be able to tell the difference between it and the Mach E from the front?

      9 months ago
  • Looks like Ford had quite some fun with Tesla

      9 months ago
  • It looks like a model S had sex with a Peugeot wtf

      9 months ago


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