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News Meet the Convertible Tesla Model S Roadster

Meet the Convertible Tesla Model S Roadster

Convertible electric vehicles aren’t really a thing yet, with the exception of the smart Fortwo of course. Thankfully, Italian design firm Ares has your back if you want to feel the wind in your hair in an electrified vehicle that isn’t a smart.

Well, kind of. Ares isn’t building a Tesla Model S Roadster just yet, but the company did tease a few possible designs on its Facebook page Monday.

In the process of converting the Model S into a drop-top, Ares removed the two rear doors and redesigned the rear wheel arches and overall design.

Ares Tesla Model S Convertible

Ares has worked on the Model S before, notably by designing a shooting brake a while back. Like the Model S wagon, the Model S roadster would get an updated and upgraded interior that includes high-quality, custom leather for the upholstery.

Although these are only sketches, the Ares Model S drop-top looks really good. Granted it won’t be cheap if it ever becomes reality, but we’re sure they would sell quite a few.

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