Love It or Hate It: Here’s What a Tesla Model 3 Hatchback Could Look Like

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What if the Tesla Model 3 was offered as a hatchback? 

The brand is currently working to begin production of the Model 3 sedan, which has already received more than 325,000 preorders. The car rides on a new small platform, which should allow Tesla to add additional variants in the future. In fact, Tesla has already said that a small crossover sport utility vehicle will be based on the Model 3.

This rendering shows what a Model 3 hatchback could look like if Tesla decides to add more body styles in the future. Currently, the brand has the Model S large sedan, Model X crossover and now the Model 3 small sedan.

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Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk has already revealed preliminary details on the Model 3, saying that it will travel more than 215 miles on a single charge and cost as little as $35,000 before incentives.

So what do you think of the Model 3 as a five-door model? Let us know in the comments section below.

  • Martin Roy

    Yes, yes, yes, and yes! Waiting for an announcement about Model Y (crossover)!

  • gravitylover

    A more vertical tailgate to maximize space please. Enough of this space sucking fastback look on hatches and small wagons that you can’t even put a box into.

  • Jamisonjon

    Indeed, we already get nearly zero hatchback cars to choose from, what’s the point when the cargo area is actually smaller than a sedan version? I have a Mazda6 wagon, and while I do like the look of the hatch shape a lot, I’d rather it be a bit more vertical to increase cargo space (similar to the Passat behind it). But cars like the latest Mazda3… why bother?

  • Jack Woodburn

    Nice styling, but reduced practicality like many “hot hatches.”

  • Cypress Van Horn

    Better looking than the sedan.