7 Imaginary Tesla Vehicles That Might Become Real In The Next Few Years

In the next few years, we can expect the Tesla range to grow considerably. We tasked our friendly neighbourhood render to mash-up existing vehicles with Tesla design elements to see how that'll look, and these are the results!

Remind me later

Roadster

Tesla - 7 Imaginary Tesla Vehicles That Might Become Real In The Next Few Years - Car Art

Hatchback

Tesla - 7 Imaginary Tesla Vehicles That Might Become Real In The Next Few Years - Car Art

Coupe

Tesla - 7 Imaginary Tesla Vehicles That Might Become Real In The Next Few Years - Car Art

Small van

Tesla - 7 Imaginary Tesla Vehicles That Might Become Real In The Next Few Years - Car Art

Large van

Tesla - 7 Imaginary Tesla Vehicles That Might Become Real In The Next Few Years - Car Art

Crossover

Tesla - 7 Imaginary Tesla Vehicles That Might Become Real In The Next Few Years - Car Art

Pick-up truck

Tesla - 7 Imaginary Tesla Vehicles That Might Become Real In The Next Few Years - Car Art

So, just how likely are these cars? Well, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has already spoken about making a smaller, cheaper SUV to sit under the Model X, as well as a hatchback to slot beneath the Model 3.

A future Tesla pick-up truck has been mentioned by Musk too, as well as the prospect of Tesla vans for the European market where pick-ups aren’t as popular for utility purposes. A follow-up to Tesla’s original car - the Roadster - has been mooted, and a coupe? Well, you’d think that’ll happen eventually. A Tesla lorry is on the cards too, although we chose not to render such a beast.

Coming up with names is a little tricky. A next-gen Roadster might simply be called Roadster again, while the name ‘Model Y’ has been copyrighted by the company and is anticipated to be used for that aforementioned smaller SUV. For the rest it’s pure speculation - can you come up with some cool names for the vehicles in our imaginary Tesla range?