Aftermarket companies worldwide are customizing electric vehicles.
Last month at the 2016 SEMA Show, Unplugged Performance showed off its version of the Tesla Model X, and now Bulgaria-based tuner Vilner has presented its version. The company says the customized Tesla Model X is its last 2016 project and is based on the P90D model. According to Vilner, the vehicle’s owner wanted an even quieter cabin so the company started by disassembling the entire interior and added extra insulation to the car’s body, making it the most silent Tesla cabin in the world.
Afterwards, Vilner focused on using turquoise as an accent color, which it says can be associated as “the color of electricity.” The seat belts and edges of the carpets have received turquoise accents, while printed circuit board patterns can be found on the front center sections of the seats. The same “conductive tracking” pattern covers the back of the seats and also on the bottom side of the dash.
This particular Model X came from the factory with the carbon fiber package, which Vilner left untouched. But it added even more to the exterior with a carbon fiber front lip, mirror caps and rear spoiler featuring the T logo etched in turquoise shade. The brake calipers have also been painted the same electric color while Dark Plutonium Silver was used to give the 20-inch wheels a new look.
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