- New Tesla Pickup
Who’s ordering one then?Posted 2 months agoP-JayMember
I mean the model 3 isn’t exactly exciting to look at is it? Its like a mid 2000’s Kia or Chinese domestic market counterfeit Panamera.
I’m not sure if you’ve seen it in the flesh, but I thought the same until I did. It’s no Dog’s Dinner 25st Anniversary Countach, but it’s not a bad looking car – It reminded me of a very tubby late RX7 actually.Posted 2 months agonickcSubscriber
I kinda like it. What’s the point of rolling a same-as-everything-else pick-up truck onto a stage? Tesla are actively trying to do different things, to break stuff down and rebuild it.
It’s clearly not road worthy (those bar lights, no side mirrors) but it’s pretty cool,Posted 2 months agoandylMember
dunno, not sure if it’s a spoof and just a disguise or if that is their version of the ultra-simplified bodywork. Those panels could be dirt cheap to make, even out of stainless so then don’t need painting which is again massively better for the environment. But, eny slight ripple from manufacture would show up.
Maybe they are very thick? If he is going for bullet proof glass then the reason for such simple panels could be they are very thick.
This, the Bollinger or the Rivian. My money is on the Rivian personally (and waiting for UK orders to open up).Posted 2 months agoAlexSimonSubscriber
Can’t decide if the window breakage was just a publicity stunt. Mind you they probably didn’t need it given the styling.
No idea how that can be legal – re pedestrian safety.
Other than that – it’s nice to see something different in the car styling world. it’s always been one of the greatest disappointments of the design world for me – ultra conservative to the point of it not being design any more – more like accountancy.Posted 2 months agozilog6128Subscriber
think that pile of turd above has just secured countless new sales for Rivian…
The Tesla does look very wacky when you first see it, but then you post that Rivian and it just looks so BORING. Then I look at the Tesla again and I think, actually that’s pretty rad! I suspect a design somewhere between the two would be the ideal compromise! 😃Posted 2 months ago
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