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'Leccy Tech Clearly unable to contain itself until 26 March, Tesla has issued a sneak peak of its Model S 'leccy saloon.

Tesla S

OK, the image is mostly dust sheet and bearded staffer, but the smooth nose, Aston Martin-like front wing chrome adornment and BMW 1/Audi A6-esque sculpture line along the lower door panels are not unpleasant on the eye.

The most obvious design feature though is the short nose, a handy side effect of not having to find a home for a thumping big V8.

Roll on 26 March when we get to see the rest of it... ®

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