Published on 02 Jun 2009 by Alison
Autoblog reports that Tesla could consider a 2+2 model of its Roadster in plans to expand its limited offering. The company currently makes the Roadster and the Model S sedan, which is already seeing success in environmentally conscious American car owners.
The Tesla Roadster is currently hampered in its crowd pleasing ability, with no back seats and limited storage space as well. In an interview, the head of Tesla Elon Musk, said his garage hosts a Roadster and a 911, which he uses to take his kids to school.
Warming to the theme, Musk has revealed that the next Tesla sports car will have more room for rear passengers, and 50 percent more space in the boot than the 911. It will also feature all-wheel drive. If the Model S proves successful enough for Tesla to continue its development, we could even see the Tesla GT by 2012.
Source | Autoblog