Wow. I don’t think people realize how incredible this is. We’re looking at a potential 450hp-600hp build that fixes all MR2 rear suspension geometry woes in one swoop. Plus you get huge rear brakes and electronic parking brakes.
The Model S is very very wide. I assume you’re going to make it a widebody. Can you tell us how much wider?
Where do you plan on putting all those batteries? Most Tesla swaps start off very quickly because the entire power train is installed with just four bolts. Custom battery boxes and wiring become the big puzzles. The hard part is easy and the easy part is hard.
The Model 3 rear subframe seems like a better match for the MR2 but you don’t get as much horsepower as a Model S Sport RDU.