There will be a public revealing of an all-original car later this March by Tesla as seen from a pair of teaser images they have recently released.
The upcoming reveal, code named the 'Model S' and will have a prototype preview next month at Tesla's design studio, is currently on pre-order sale. The prototype will be a street-legal variant with the production version still has 18 months to wait for first deliveries.
The advance images were part of a brochure that the company sent to the first 100 advance order customers who made a down payment for the special edition Signature Series.
The images, which show only the waistline upwards, provide very little detail about the car unlike the previous teaser photos where the bottom half of the car can be observed.
The Model S, from what can be gather from the preceding teasers, comes with wheels that highlight a turbo-fan-like quality, slotted and drilled brake disc rotors, the Tesla emblem at the front quarter panel, the general line of the front section, and the doors come with an inward curve at the bottom part.
The curvature of the top portion of the Model S seem to meet a somewhat high trunk cover at the rear end while its front face show an aerodynamic headlight section.