Tesla Motors recently released a small collection of new photos of the all-electric Model S sedan that's due to be released next year, but that doesn't mean that the vehicle has been out playing where a camera could get a clean shot. Until today, anyway.

Our friends over at Green Car Reports caught the Model S in the vicinity of Tesla's headquarters in Palo Alto, CA. No one outside of Tesla knows for sure, but GCR speculates that the spy shots "may represent the most production-ready Model S seen to date." We already noticed a few changes between the officially released images and the original prototype, but there are a few more differences here: normal taillights, taller side view mirrors and production-style door handles are three easy-to-spot changes. Notice anything else?

You can see more shots of the Model S over on Green Car Reports.

[Source: Green Car Reports]

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