Check out this sleek Tesla Model XL rendering, a variant of the Tesla Model X with a higher roofline and no falcon-wing doors.
***UPDATE: Drivable Designs has added sliding doors to this Model XL in a new set of renders. Check them out here.
The falcon-wing doors are one of the Model X's most unique features. However, they tend to be a bit problematic too, so why not imagine a Model X without those doors? Better yet, let's go a step further and expand the roofline to make it a bit more minivan-like, while at the same time increasing the space within.
Gallery: Tesla Model XL
That's precisely what we see right here in the rendered images above. The renders come our way via Driveable Designs, who states:
"I recently created this Tesla Model XL rendering, a variant of the Tesla Model X with a higher roofline and no wingdoors. I used Pixlr E and Autodesk Sketchbook. Although it may look similar to a minivan, it is not because it does not have sliding doors. To learn more about how I made this rendering go to DrivableDesigns.com."
We approve of this new look for the Model X, but do you? Let us know your thoughts in comments.
Video description via Drivable Designs on YouTube
The Tesla Model X is an amazing luxury SUV that is powered by electricity. It was introduced by a concept 2012 before finally reaching production in 2015. It has a coupe-style roof and a sleek, bold design. The vehicle has seating for seven and plenty of cargo space. But what if it were even bigger? In this video, I digitally transform the Model X into a minivan-style vehicle with extra seating.