Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) Model S two-door coupe is finally available as talented Hungarian designer X-Tomi came up with the two door version of the green car. According to the experts, even though Tesla Model S is seeing considerable hike in the demand, a two-door version is missing from the league.
Model S made more sporty and stylish
What X-Tomi designed is an edge with stylish and sportier look over NCE’s design. NCE designed Model S Coupe is available within the price range of $25,000 and $45,000 over the normal price of Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) Model S. X-Tomi’s convertible comes with marginally lengthened door, chrome detailing and two additional apertures that unleash a more sturdy and dynamic look along with black rims and crossed drilled brake discs with red calipers.
Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) has not announced any such coupe version of Model S officially, but overall the X-Tomi version will be a real excitement for the fans and prospective customers.
Newport Convertible Engineering (NCE) is, already, manufacturing 100 Tesla Model S convertibles for an anonymous Chinese investor for somewhere around $35,000.
The price of the convertible is kept at $25,000 and $45000 for the hard tonneau cover conversion. The customers will have to shell out $35,000 for the Coupe conversion. NCE stated that the two door model of the car is $4,000 lesser than the four door model. Previously, NCE was denied the request of getting 5,000 cars directly from the Tesla factory for conversion, which is why the company has asked the Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) customers to get their cars in the NCE factory for conversion.
Tesla stock gaining momentum
Last week, Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock gained the maximum since Feb. 28, when the company came up with the details on the gigafactory. Last week, the EV makers stock gained by 10%, and now investors are expecting even more details on the gigafactory in the next couple of weeks. June could be one of the best months for Tesla since February, when the stock gained around 35%. Last week, Tesla was the best performed among the NASDAQ 100 index.