Tesla's "Master Plan, Part Deux" consists of a wide variety of future vehicles, consisting of a pickup, a compact SUV, and even a semi-truck. Sadly however, Tesla might be missing out on a crucial section specific niche-- the minivan. Sure, sales of minivans have diminished with the exploding popularity of the crossover, but families continue to depend on the minivan's unparalleled interior volume and downright handiness for transporting the kids and their stuff. With that in mind, we chose to render what a 2019 Tesla Minivan might appear like.
Tesla hasn't even put the model 3 into production quite yet, and it's currently working to produce hype around the Model Y-- the car that will complete the S3XY lineup. So far there have been very few details revolving around the strange model, but just recently more has actually come to light, consisting of the teaser image that was just released at Tesla's 2017 yearly shareholder meeting. Originally slated to be underpinned by the very same platform utilized for the upcoming Model 3, it is now being said that the Model Y will get its own new platform that needs to be prepared for production by the end of the decade. Just like the Model 3 is to the Model S, the Model Y should be a smaller sized and more basic option the Model X, providing Tesla's famed AutoPilot, but without all the other niceties found in the brand's more pricey models.