Tesla Model S Wagon Gets Rendered

2 years ago by Eric Loveday 38

Tesla Model S Wagon Render - Credit: Rain Prisk Designs

Tesla Model S Wagon Render – Credit: Rain Prisk Designs

Rain Prisk Designs doesn’t often render plug-in electric cars, but when this design studio does tackle an electric car, the resulting render is usually a stunner (check out this Shooting Brake BMW i8 from Rain Prisk Designs).

Here we see a Tesla Model S wagon rendered by Rain Prisk and we think the end result is remarkable. Yeah, perhaps the front is a bit too rounded for the more squared-off rear end, but it’s still a head turner (judging by the 1,295 likes on this image on Rain Prisk Design’s Facebook page, we’d say the consensus is that the render is a success).

Unfortunately, there’s only this one lone image of the rendered Model S wagon. However, you can check out more of Rain Prisk Design’s work both here and here.

Tesla Model S Wagon Render - Rear Close-Up - Credit: Rain Prisk Designs

Tesla Model S Wagon Render – Rear Close-Up – Credit: Rain Prisk Designs

 

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38 responses to "Tesla Model S Wagon Gets Rendered"

  1. kdawg says:

    Hmm. Reminds me of a hearse, but the casket wouldn’t fit so they put in on the roof.

    1. Felix says:

      For the European market, a station wagon is essential in order for Tesla to break through in a big way.

  2. Anon says:

    That’s one sexy hearse…

    1. ffbj says:

      Oh! Lay me down in Forest Lawn they understand there. The have a military band and a Tesla hearse there. Apologies to Tom Paxton:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kwfJE1QPLQ

    2. offib says:

      And is that the coffin on top?

      1. Anon says:

        No. It’s a Photon Torpedo.

        Every Starship has one. 😉

        1. Steven says:

          Sounds like something “The Oatmeal” would say.

  3. Vexar says:

    Auto designers put a little more thought into how a car should be shaped than craft a single drawing. This strikes me as an imaginative sketch and little else. The problem with InsideEVs posting this as a news article is that there are people out there in the media dumb enough to invent an article about it, such as with your InsideEVs-posted rendering of a possible Tesla Model III being treated as canonical imagery. This sort of thing is more suitable at DeviantArt.

  4. Ahldor says:

    Looks more like a hatchback than a wagon with its short backend. Not sexY.

  5. Chris B says:

    So basically…a Model S front and the last gen Cadillac CTS-V wagon back…got it.

    1. Mark says:

      That was exactly what I thought it looked like, too.

    2. Robert M says:

      Exactly what I was thinking….

  6. Mike616 says:

    I like it. That’s what I need, more capacity for hunting and camping.
    Wagons are far sexier then SUV’s, handle and ride better too.

    1. Matthias Amrein says:

      +1

    2. Anon says:

      Yeah, I would have expected more Model X CUV haters to chime in support of it. A Stationwagon (Estate) addresses most of their complaints.

      1. Pushmi-Pullyu says:

        Rather few station wagons are made anymore, precisely because that market has been taken over by SUVs, CUVs and minivans.

        I hope nobody seriously thinks that Telsa is considering making a Model S station wagon. That would compete with the market for the Model X.

    3. Nonda Trimis says:

      +1

  7. Loboc says:

    I like it. Reminds me of my 2005 Magnum HEMI.

    What we really need is a render of a Tesla pickup truck.

  8. Stuart22 says:

    Had Tesla given the Model X this sort of sportwagon kind of roofline, it would have gained an identity of its own rather than being written off as a bloated Model S.

    1. Stuart21 says:

      Make it a real wagon.

  9. Three Electrics says:

    The improvement over the Model S seems confined to a little extra cargo space in areas which would block rear view visibility. There is no chance this car will be made.

  10. sven says:

    Oy vey. It would look better without the yarmulke.

  11. Martin B. says:

    That thing on the top could be a Power Wall… or Power Roof.

    1. Ez says:

      Anything on the roof kills the range with drag (and weight). That’d be a terrible idea, even if it was more battery.
      I know you weren’t serious, but still. Just a fresh thought as I saw Teslabjørn transporting stuff on his roof and complaining about high power consumption (279Wh/km) a while back.

      1. Speculawyer says:

        Yeah, they could get more cargo space by just raising the roofline a bit instead of adding that roofbox. And that is exactly what they did, it is called the Model X.

  12. Ian says:

    Shave a foot off the front and it doesn’t look bad.

  13. Speculawyer says:

    Uh . . . isn’t the Model X basically a Model S wagon?

    1. Samwise says:

      No it’s a Model S living on a diet consisting entirely of donuts.

  14. Speculawyer says:

    Those low profile tires make it look like a ‘slammed’ riceburner.

  15. BraveLilToaster says:

    I wish Inside EVs would just stop with these “renderings” already. It’s some dude mucking around with Photoshop. That’s it. If the designer doesn’t work for Tesla, it means exactly squat.

  16. Koenigsegg says:

    no thanks

    fastback > wagon

  17. ModernMarvelFan says:

    That look good that I even want one!

    I think I Love it way more than the Model X. Tesla should make one. it would be a very sexy wagon.

    Fast and sexy wagon.

    I think Tesla is the ONLY company that can potentially bring sexy and performance back to “wagons”. (Like Apple making headphone sexy again).

  18. Caleb Rommel says:

    Now that is a car for the more family

  19. Nix says:

    What? No diesel and no manual transmission? No sale!

    #Jalopnik #UnicornJoke

    /sarc

  20. Ted Wilson says:

    Nice concept, but let Tesla concentrate first on increasing the production of Model-X and then on launching Model-3.

  21. jim stack says:

    Renderings like this are wild guesses. Tesla has real plans for new vehicles based on the model S platform and it will be reality when they say what they have in the works.
    The also have plans for many variations on the model 3 platform coming in 2016-17. March 2016 will bring light to the design and let us sign up for them. I can hardly wait.

  22. MikeG says:

    That looks great but it is missing the faux wood paneling.