It'll be another month before Tesla officially pulls the cover off the Model S, but Wired Had their in-house photoshopper Holl Liou take a crack at rendering the car. Tesla has sent out two teaser shots so far (1, 2) and Liou has used the enhanced version of the most recent shot to provide a roof-line to the original image. The roof-line of the rendering is a no-brainer, the only real questions that remain are the tail and the front view of the nose.
Tesla Model S Teaser
Road and Track has taken an early speculative look at what Tesla's Model S sedan may look like. Of course, it's impossible to know for sure how close this rendering may be to the real thing, but it's always fun to guess, right? We can see some clear inspiration taken from the company's first effort, the Tesla Roadster, along with a hint of Nissan GT-R in its flanks. We know for sure that the rear of the car will feature a deeply sloping hatchback, like the Porsche Panamera, and R&T's artists
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