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Tesla Model S with Shooting Brake Body Style Previewed ahead London Motor Show, This May

Tesla models are not that appreciated in the aftermarket segment, however, they have been seen popping-up with some new visual elements that would fill in the gaps left by the North American carmaker.

Meet the below custom-built Tesla Model S with Shooting Brake body style, that will be heading to this year`s London Motor Show, taking place in May between the 17th and 20th.

London Motor Show president Alec Munford, announced in a recent interview the arrival of the Tesla Model S Shooting Brake at the auto event:

“This year’s London Motor Show is set to welcome more world first than ever before in our new home, and we’re delighted to have the world’s first Tesla-based Shooting Brake coming to the capital.This is a serious feat of engineering using the very latest technology, making it perfect for our enthusiastic audience. This isn’t a car to be missed at the show!”

Spectacular as it may sounds, the Tesla Model S9-D Shooting Brake was designed to be better looking and more appealing than the stock variant. In fact, it is a new and quite bold approach that coach-building specialist Qwest have applied to the car`s aerodynamics.

The Shooting Brake body style comes with new body elements, like carbon fiber tailgate, D-pillar construction, as well as rear rood section, all of them increasing its aerodynamics.

Like any other vehicle that received the Shooting Brake body style, this particular one here also comes with increased space inside. All-in-one, it comes with a much more lightweight body structure, way too lightweight than any other Tesla model ever built.

In the engine department, the Tesla Model S90-D Shooting Brake is extremely fast, coming with a staggering 2.8 seconds from a standstill to 100 km/h.

You can find out more about the Tesla Model S Shooting Brake in the media gallery below. Enjoy and don`t forget to share your opinions with us!

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