Published on November 6th, 2014 | by Jo Borrás0
Custom Tesla Model S From Unplugged Performance Heads To SEMA
November 6th, 2014 by Jo Borrás
Our friends at Unplugged Performance are taking their latest, fully-customized Tesla Model S to Las Vegas, where it’ll be featured at this year’s SEMA show. The car shown here, however, goes a step or two beyond the Unplugged Teslas we’ve seen so far.
The Model S headed to SEMA features the first application of Unplugged Performance’s full front fascia, which is an ultralight and aerodynamic piece made from the same kind of high-end carbon fiber used in aftermarket Porsche and Ferrari parts. In addition, the car features a slick, dark Alcantara interior with blue and white contrast stitching, quilted door panels, and even more dry-finish carbon fiber panels.
Out back, there’s a carbon fiber decklid spoiler and- of course!- a set of Unplugged’s ultra lightweight BBS UP01 performance wheels.
You can catch more photos of the Unplugged Performance SEMA cars over at their Facebook page, which will be posting cool stuff all week long- and let us know what you think of Unplugged’s take on the Model S in the comments section at the bottom of the page.
Unplugged Performance Model S | Interior
Unplugged Performance Model S | Exterior
Images: Unplugged Performance.
Source: Gas2. Reprinted with permission.
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