New Tesla Roadster Rendered As Slick Shooting Brake

MAR 7 2019 BY ERIC LOVEDAY 13

Ever wonder what the new, next-generation Tesla Roadster might look like in a sleek wagon form?

No, and neither did we.

But that doesn’t mean we don’t want to see it in wagon form, but rather that we’ve never even considered what the Tesla Roadster would possibly look like in this body style. A wagon supercar? How much more bizarre can it get?

Well, even though we never wondered what a Roadster wagon would look like, we don’t have to wonder anymore.

As famed rendered Rain Prisk states:

Spent about 45 minutes on giving the Tesla Roadster a shooting brake treatment

Check out the Tesla Roadster shooting brake above and than grab a look at another Roadster rendered image below. In all fairness, the wagon Roadster sure has a unique style, but given the vehicle’s sheer focus on performance, we’ll surely never see such a version from Tesla.

Recently, we saw the Tesla Roadster accelerate like lightning on the road, though that too was accomplished through what we’ll call artificial means.

Tesla Roadster rendered (Source: Model 3 Owners Club)

Source: Rain Prisk via Facebook

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13 Comments on "New Tesla Roadster Rendered As Slick Shooting Brake"

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(⌐■_■) Trollnonymous

The pic of the Red, looks like an ugly Griswold station wagon.

Nice! I want to see a Model 3 Coupe and Model 3 Sportwagon render. but with a front end grille like Model S. Tesla will need more variations on the Model 3 with so many being sold globally.

Hi, everyone.

I ruined the greatest EV supercar ever by turning it into a station wagon.

Please God, no!

Ferrari FF and Z3 coupesque I like it

This is reminding me of the Ferrari’s GTC4Lusso, which I find rather odd and appealing. If you’re into the family car with insane power.

oh.
This is just pure lunacy.

FFS. Whyyyyy!!!

Looks kind of like a Hyundai Veloster.

no

Please stop it

Americans just never really take to the ‘Shooting Brake’. I love them, when done right. P1800, Z3/Z4 Coupe, MGB GT…

That’s about as ugly as the Panamera!