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Carscoops: Maserati Alfieri Coupe Envisioned with More Production-Friendly Design Details

The bright minds at Tesla would not at all be wrong in assuming that, if they made the Model S all-wheel drive, it could improve its appealand sales figures. The US has quite a few states where the climate gets rather chilly for a good few months every year, as does the north of Europe where the car is popular.
Recently, a prototype/mule was spotted on a highway in Nebraska sporting some rather visible outboard sensors on all of its wheels. It is suggested that these could mean any number of things, but the most obvious answer to why they are there is that, the car you see in the video, is actually a four-wheel drive mule/prototype of sorts which also sports a roof rack carrying…something.

It’s not hard to fathom it. Both the Model S sedan and future Model Xcrossover share the same platform, so it wouldn’t be all that hard to give the first an extra motor on the front axle, right?



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