A dream Tesla Van it still remains on the horizon.
A commercial and passenger vehicle is at the top of Tesla’s plans and may look like this.
Tesla plans to expand its EV lineup into new segments, with the commercial and passenger vehicle leading the lineup.
The head of Tesla Elon Musk has been talking about the “Tesla Tarago” for years, initially suggesting that it could be the basis of the Tesla Model X SUV, although more recent reports depict the Tesla Cybertruck as the basis of a battery-electric people mover and delivery van.
In this way, the American electric car brand will have its answer to the Volkswagen ID.Buzz, whose release in Australia is confirmed for 2025as well as other competitors that are already available based on thermal technology, such as the Mercedes-Benz eVito and the LDV MIFA 9.
Such a car was previewed at Tesla’s Investor Day earlier this year, along with other future models such as a small car called the Tesla Model 2.
A rendering on the cover of Automotive.AI imagines a production-ready Tesla Cybervan.
Posted on Instagram, the Tesla car shown here maintains the “function before form” design principles of most passenger cars. Tesla.
We’d suggest that the rear end of any production model could be slimmed down a bit to accommodate business loading requirements, but it’s hard not to admire the work that went into creating this eye-catching interpretation.