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Tesla’s Karate Kid Car?

Originally published on TeslaMondo.

Tesla gullwingSo what new information does this image offer?

1. Perhaps we can see what Elon means by the door opening “framing” the second row seat.
2. The transition from windshield to roof seems to, um, not exist. Or does this photo suffer from a simple case of awkward lighting?
3. And we still can’t tell what the “face” really looks like. Sheesh.
4. If Google can build a Karate Kid robot, then Tesla can build a Karate Kid car.

FYI, some patents:

Model X
Dual-hinged vehicle door

Karate Kid robot

Reprinted with permission.

 
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