The Tesla Model S has been on the market since 2012
A new generation would likely happen in 2021 or 2022
Model S rendering shows potential of upcoming redesign
The Tesla Model S was introduced to the market in 2012 and essentially changed the automotive industry. Love it or hate it, there’s no denying that the Model S pioneered the EV market we know today, or that the very least played a major role in developing the segment.
Eight years after its launch, the Model S remains largely unchanged. There have been a few cosmetic tweaks like a new front bumper, but nothing concrete. Tesla is focused elsewhere and that’s fine, but we hope that after the Model Y, Cybertruck, and Roadster, Musk will turn his attention back to the sedan that started it all.
The following Tesla Model S rendering gives us an idea of what the next generation could look like. Or rather what it should look like. Of course, with Elon Musk running the show, who know’s what the next Model S look like.
One thing Tesla does really well is new models. The Model 3, the Model Y, the Cybertruck… They all got the best of the company. But we’ve yet to see an actual new generation vehicle from Tesla. They may not think that’s the cool way to do it, but with Porsche now offering a direct competitor to the Model S, it’s time for a new Model S.
Source: Giorgi Tedoradze