At 2018 London Motor Show, world’s first Tesla Model S Shooting Brake will be showcased amidst much fanfare. It will on display from 17th to 20th of May. The attached image you are seeing is production ready and fully operational. The Tesla Model S Shooting Brake is developed by British coach-builder Qwest. However, it is lighter than the standard car by 14kg as it uses carbonfiber in the rear section even though it is larger than standard model. The digital system of Model S is also retained in the new model.
Identical performance will be retained in the Tesla Model S Shooting Brake and it will also take 2.8 seconds to reach 62mph from 0. If these stats are true then it will be fastest estate car in the market surpassing the Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo Turbo S E-Hybrid. Qwest is based on Norfolk and is headed by MD Dorian Hindmarsh. The company have been working on it for more than a year. The carbonfiber used in the estate model come from specialist manufacturer who also provides components to Formula 1.
Conversion to its bare essential will cost you around £70,000 that excludes the price of the donor car. Qwest is not the might become first one to introduce estate version. Nonetheless, they aren’t the only one who is working on it. A Design house based in London has already revealed their plan for Shooting Brake variant with an undisclosed price. We have shown few images of the Tesla Model S Shooting Brake and tell us what you think about it.