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    Model S Wagon?

    Someone posted this station wagon render on Tesla's fb. It would sell like crazy in Europe

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    fu*k, I want that one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nh1 View Post
    Someone posted this station wagon render on Tesla's fb. It would sell like crazy in Europe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Petersen View Post
    fu*k, I want that one
    I do too!

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    For a wagon, that ain't bad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nh1 View Post
    Someone posted this station wagon render on Tesla's fb. It would sell like crazy in Europe

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    I'm not so sure. The people that buy wagons here also want hitches on them. >90% of Passat wagons are sold with the hitch option while the percentage is much lower for the sedan version. A wagon version with no hitch would probably sell a lot less than the hatchback, especially since the hatchback already have more luggage space than all competitors.

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    Model S Wagon?

    Found this photoshop on google - thoughts anyone?
    I think it would make a great car... personally find it more attractive, and is definitely more practical than Model S with additional headroom, cargo room and roof rails. Anyone else feel the same, and would you buy it?

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    If it was awd, I'd be first on the list. Or just make the X signature with falcon wings, and the production like this.

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    Model S VIN P01536 Robert.Boston's Avatar
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    This variant would be a perfect replacement for our BMW 535xi Sportswagon. The extra rear-seat headroom would be a boon. Sign me up!

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    That's a beautiful render, and I love the blue . I'd take the wagon in a heartbeat.

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    Would probably do well in Europe. Not sure about US though...

    Btw. Roof rails should be retractable, like the door handles.
    Last edited by mulder1231; 2012-11-13 at 07:52 PM.

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