The 2021 Tesla Model S is imagined with a bolder and more aggressive design in the rendering project of the Turkish designer Emre Husmen.
As revolutionary as it has been, and probably still is, Tesla has come a long way since launching the Model S in 2012, both in terms of technology and design.
So it would also be time for the Californian company to update its top model. To propose an idea in this sense is a new rendering of the Turkish designer Emre Husmen who imagines the design of the new Tesla Model S through the digital images you see in the photo gallery at the bottom of the article.
2021 Tesla Model S Redesign – Bolder and more aggressive design
Husmen’s graphic design gives shape to a 2021 Tesla Model S Redesign with an extra dose of adrenaline, sportiness, and determination, as we can see from the bolder and more aggressive design compared to what characterizes the current electric sedan. The aesthetic hypothesis of this render would allow the design of the Model S to take a further step towards modernity after 2016 restyling with which the Musk company eliminated the fake front grill present on the previous model.
Performance, Up to 0-100km/h in 2.6 Seconds
The concept designed by Husmen imagines a Tesla Model S decidedly more modern and aggressive than the current one, qualities that combine perfectly with the capabilities of such a vehicle. Moreover, we are talking about a car that, although powerful, is able to offer pure sports performance with an acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.6 seconds.
Aesthetic assonance with Fisker models
Looking at the renders you can see a certain similarity with the models of the Fisker brand. After all, Elon Musk, founder and president of Tesla, in the past made use of the collaboration of Herik Fisker precisely for the design of the Model S. This happened in 2007, now 13 years ago and since then automotive design and the automotive industry in the overall they have improved considerably.
Tesla will soon be called to renew the Model S, hoping that when this will happen the final result will be closer to this rendering than to the “questionable” design of the Cybertruck pickup.