Charging Up: Tesla Model E Imagined

The company’s upcoming sports-sedan rendered by Rm.Design – looks stunning.

Tesla’s success story has been electrifying the world ever since its Roadster model launched in 2008. Now, with over 25,000 units of the Model S roaming the roads of the world with zero emissions, Tesla is looking forward to its new models – like the Model X crossover and Model E sports-sedan to really fuel their international sales (that pun is just way too intended). The model E should start below $40,000, offering a range of approximately 200 miles on a single charge. Here’s what this electric hit may look like, according to Rm.Design.

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