A London designer and Dutch limousine builder have teamed up to turn the Tesla Model S electric sedan into a station wagon.
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Niels van Roij Design modified the Model S to give it an extended roofline, creating a wagon-like appearance and increasing the vehicle’s cargo capacity. The Model S Shooting Brake also features additional exterior chrome and a custom green metallic paint “with a twist of gold.”
RemetzCar plans to produce just 20 of the limited-edition Model S electric wagons at its coachbuilding facility near Amsterdam.
Pricing has yet to be revealed, but a competing Model S conversion featuring carbon-fiber body work costs about $90,000, according to British magazine Autocar.
The car will debut at an auto show in the Dutch city of Apeldoorn starting June 29.
A Tesla Model S station wagon created by RemetzCar and Niels van Roij Design. (RemetzCar)