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Tesla Model 3 Has Suicide Doors and Crossover Ego in Latest Sketches

Since we're not getting any fresh information on Tesla's upcoming Model 3 EV, we're pleased to see some - let's call them designers - are willing to show the world how they think the car will look like when it debuts.
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It's not the first time we get to see the Tesla Model 3 in virtual clothing, as previous attempts tried to play Nostradamus with the all-electric vehicle's design. So, after a hatchback envisioning and a sedan interpretation, here's the latest impression of the Tesla Model 3 - featuring suicide doors.

Alright, in its most extreme version with the Insane Mode on, Tesla Model S can grab a lot of supercars by their tie and throw them out of the drag strip. But that doesn't mean Elon Musk's apple of the eye is worthy of an exotic status. It wasn't built to allow rich dudes to brag in front of their friends, which means suicide doors are a little too much for the environment-caring car.

However, from a practical point of view, one could argue that rear hinged doors are a better alternative to the traditional setup. Since the sketches allow us to see what resembles a hatchback or a crossover, some thoughts popped-up in our minds: what if the Model 3 will be a crossover or a hatchback, given the fact that sedans have lost their appeal in recent years?

Yes, Tesla already has a crossover ready to make a debut - the upcoming Model X - but how about a Tesla hatchback with hothatch capabilities? What do you think?

 
 
 
 
 

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