Niels van Roij Design (Holland) will be present during the Geneva Motor Show 2019, joining forces with European premium tire manufacturer Apollo Vredestein, showcasing the Tesla M-S based Shooting aka Station Wagon on their stand.
Niels van Roij said in an e-Mail Sunday, “Based on extensive design research, we developed the design DNA for this Tesla Shooting Brake.
The conversion merges seamlessly with the base vehicle, whilst clearly communicating through form, design language and materials that this is a tailor-made Shooting Brake.”
According to Mr. Van Roij, the Key elements of the chosen design theme are its dynamic, bold profile and its continuously flowing lines: “And of course we added a completely new sculpted rear-end, keeping the shoulders of the car alive, thus ensuring a bold stance.”
The newly designed tailgate, featuring a rear spoiler with hidden rear window wiper is 1 of the Key features keeping the rear end clean of any visual clutter.
To give the Shooting Brake a bolder appearance Niels van Roij Design added a chrome trim that runs from the A-pillars all the way along the roofline and around the sculpted panoramic roof.
Then , a unique color was developed: the green metallic with a bit of yellow, is an ode to British Racing Green, giving the M-SB an elegant yet striking appearance.
This coachbuilt electric motor car is fitted with Vredestein Ultrac Vorti ultra-high performance tires.
The Vredestein tire has clean, distinctive lines inspired by vortex air flows, reflecting the speeds and forces that the Ultrac Vorti can handle, while the tread is reminiscent of helicopter blade tips.
Niels van Roij Design works for a variety of automotive clients.
Currently Niels van Roij Design is at work on coachbuilt, fully handmade, high-end vehicles based on sporty Italian and luxury British motorcars.
HeffX-LTN’s overall technical outlook for TSLA is Bearish.
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