Hot Hatch

I love me a hatchback and I love me a Tesla! The Tesla C captures the brand’s unique design language in a forward-thinking 2-door city car that lives up to the original’s sporting intentions. Features include an all-glass top, motorized oversize side doors that slide toward the front rather than swing open and an electric motor/lithium-ion battery system for sporty performance without sporty emissions. Aesthetically, it’s in line with Tesla’s modern design direction and would be a perfect addition to their limited line of roadsters and sedans.

Designer: Dejan Hristov


  • Melox says:

    nice concept! i like so much the idea for the bikes!

  • Bob Cheney says:

    What a great looking car, the sooner it is made the better, This is what the car industry needs a good shake up,LOve the purple and silver model, and the rear rack for your bikes is a very good idea.

  • Fredrik says:

    That first render made me almost not want to view the gallery! Rest of them were better tho 🙂 I’d love for the industry to reinvent itself more than this but it’s on the right track.

  • mif991 says:

    Styling is OK. Renderings are substandard. Did you ever do hand sketches and thumbnails?

  • max says:

    Ive always wondered if it would really be released as it appears on here

  • Brandon says:

    I would buy it! Great style, concept and looks sporty

  • sanae says:

    Awesome concept so innovative

  • Sam says:

    Great concept. I love the 5th door fully open. I’m sick and tired of bumping my head to the trunk every time I open it. I on’t feel easy with the door opening mechanism though.

  • moo says:

    I like the concept form. The doors seem problematic as they take up a lot of uncontrollable distance to open. The rear seat passenger looks pretty uncomfortable from the side view diagram, though it is a hatchback. Also, the alternative rear lights that act as a brace for the bicycle rack makes little sense. Why not just leave them built in rather than optional?

  • ozzie says:

    Meh. I adore hatchbacks. Not this one

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