Tesla's Model S sedan is expected to hit the roads in 2012, expanding the company's target market beyond the boutique Roadster with a vehicle that offers practical space and a range in the vicinity of 300 miles. But what else is in the pipe? CEO Elon Musk has hinted at the possibility of producing a number of models using a common platform – these could include a crossover SUV, a van and a cabriolet.
The potential for new models is being raised by Musk as part of a roadshow presentation for the company's IPO in which it aims to sell 10 million shares at between $14 and $16.
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There's very little detail on the possible additions to the Tesla line-up apart from the renderings above, but we'd love to see the cabriolet reach production - it looks stunning!