Submitted by Ross1 on Sun, 2016-04-10 03:00
The X presents with the 'largest windscreen ever made'.
M3 looks like one of the largest back windows.
So I am wondering, why the policy change?
Is it that customers in this bracket would be turned off by the X-type front glass? (My wife is. It gets hot here)
Or is it that by having the large rear glass, Tesla may/ can offer options whereby for various trunk configurations the buyer can opt out of the big glass. This is not possible with the X.
Like, with a wagon, hatch or notch / 3 box whatever you call it, the back glass will be different.
Would you have ordered/ loved the M3 if it had a Model X type front window?
Hope I have made myself clear (pun).