This year, the London Motor Show will host the world’s first Tesla Model S 90D-based Shooting Brake, between the 17th and 20th of May.
Put together by coach-building specialist QWest, this bespoke Tesla Shooting Brake has the same 0-60 mph (96 km/h) acceleration time as the regular Model S, specifically 2.8 seconds.
It also comes with a carbon fiber tailgate, rear roof section and D pillar construction, and while it may be larger than the regular car, it’s also 12 kg (26.4 lbs) lighter thanks to the lightweight construction.
“This year’s London Motor Show is set to welcome more world first than ever before in our new home, and we’re delighted to have the world’s first Tesla-based Shooting Brake coming to the capital,” said London Motor Show chairman, Alec Mumford.
“This is a serious feat of engineering using the very latest technology, making it perfect for our enthusiastic audience. This isn’t a car to be missed at the show!”
The Model S Shooting Brake was built in Norfolk and the goal was always to make it just as good if not better than the original when it comes to its aerodynamic properties.