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If Tesla made a station wagon, it would look like this one-off creation from British engineering firm Qwest. Called “P90D-SB,” the world’s first Tesla Shooting Brake is based on the P90D and is about 14kg lighter than the standard car due to the extensive use of carbon fiber in its custom built rear section. It’s still capable of accelerating from 0-62mph time in just 2.8-seconds, making it quicker than the Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo Turbo S E-Hybrid. Read more for a video and additional information.
“The bespoke rear section of the car is made from carbonfibre by a specialist car part manufacturer that usually crafts Formula 1 car components. This is bonded to the car’s aluminium chassis. The conversion in its simplest form costs around £70,000 to complete, excluding the cost of the donor car. Prices for other conversions will depend on individuals’ specifications,” reports AutoCar.