Submitted by kevinmharmon on Thu, 2016-10-06 07:41
I'm not sure if this is where I should post my concern, but I'm hoping if we generate enough conversation, Tesla will take notice! I signed up for my Model 3 the very first second it was possible. I can't wait to own one, and a Model S is my bucket list car (hoping I can buy one for my 50th birthday!). Anyway, I love the Model 3, but have just one complaint - why is the "T" where the hood meets the frunk not in-line with the Model S & X? I would think Tesla would want to have this consistent across all models. It's the car's "signature" so to speak. I have no doubt these cars will evolve and change drastically in the future, but I truly believe this is something that could remain constant with all models. Not to mention, I personally think the front of the Model 3 looks a little bland without it. It would help aesthetically, and also make me feel a little more included in the Tesla family, as opposed to the "stepchild" of Tesla vehicles. Maybe there's a reason I'm not aware of, or maybe I'm the only one who thinks this. However, I'd love to get some feedback from everyone else excited about their Model 3!