The first Tesla Model S Convertible has been recently spotted out on the open road where it was being driven.
Rumors on Tesla developing a convertible version of the Model S have just come to a stop as the vehicle in question has just been spotted out on the open road. The images posted below are as real as they get and they represent the second body style of the Tesla Model S. Rumors are stating that the work might be that of Newport Convertible Engineering and if so, the first batch of 100 vehicles will be introduced in China. Tesla has made no comment on the subject, just yet.
As I am pretty sure you already know by now, the Model S is a full-sized five-door electric luxury vehicle, created by Tesla Motors. The model in question has been introduced back in June 2012 and it has hit the production line the same year. The Tesla Model S has a rear motor and rear-wheel drive, being quite revolutionary considering the fact that it packs 416 HP (310 kW) and 600 Nm (443 lb-ft) of torque but it is still capable of providing 500 km (310 miles) of range in the top of the line version. The Tesla Model S is currently being assembled in Fremont, California, and in Tilburg, in the Netherlands.