What if: Tesla Model 3 GT fills the gap between Model 3 and Model Y

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On AutoWeek.nl we regularly look ahead to new models that will come onto the market within the next few years. Today we look at a car that there is no evidence of coming, but which could potentially be an interesting addition. What if Tesla fills the gap between the Model 3 and Model Y with… a Model 3 GT?

The Tesla Model Y appears to be a direct hit. The successful Model Y managed to push the Tesla Model 3, which previously dominated the EV registration lists, off the podium. With a new body variant of the Model 3, Tesla could possibly give that model a sales boost. Given the almost unsurpassed success of the Model Y, consumers appear to be interested in a more spacious alternative to the Model 3.

First of all: Tesla has never said that it has a new body variant of the Model 3 in the pipeline. However, little is as beautiful as dreams and thanks digital crafter Sugar Design – which previously gave virtual birth to a Model 3 ‘Wagon’ – we can imagine what a Model 3 ‘hatchback’ with a roofline extending further back could look like: the Model 3 ‘GT’.

The Model 3 GT in these digital representations is less of a station wagon than the ‘3 Wagon’ that Sugar Design previously drew. The slightly further rearward roofline of the ‘Model 3 GT’ could offer rear passengers in particular more headroom than the existing Model 3. A variant of the Model 3 like this would also have a relatively large tailgate. A real fifth door, instead of the sedan hatch that the Model 3 has.

Could a Tesla Model 3 GT become a success on the European car market, and do you think Sugardesig’s impression is a successful appearance? Please let us know in the comments!

– Thanks for information from Autoweek.nl

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