As you know Tesla decided that their model S would no longer contain a discernible radiator grill. There are many people who don’t understand this design solution. And one of them is a designer Steel Drake who redesigned the Model S. The new concept, called the Model SD, features a rather different looking front detail. Between the two headlights, around a tiny triangular radiator grill lies the car’s new mouth. Taking inspiration from grill designs and marrying it with illumination, the car’s front features an interactive inverted-mustache panel of lights that give the car its face-like quality again while also bringing something innovative. The detail lights up on ignition, almost looking like an air-flow pattern. It even changes color, based on your driving mode.