Published on August 11th, 2019 | by Sponsored Content0
EV Items Offers Affordable Accessories For Your Electric Vehicle
August 11th, 2019 by Sponsored Content
As electric vehicles continue to move into the mainstream, more owners are seeking out and creating accessories to make their vehicles look and function in ways that better fit their personalities. EV Items*, a company created by a former Tesla employee and current Tesla owner, has built up an impressive array of affordable accessories for the Tesla Model 3, S, and X that give owners new options to customize their rides without breaking the bank.
Their Model 3 Wireless Qi Charger, for instance, is just $59.99, compared to other options that will set you back more than $100 for a similar device, including Tesla’s own wireless phone charger at $125.
Other offerings provide additional utility in the spacious Tesla Model 3 center console. Their Premium Vegan Center Console Storage Cubby gives owners a safe place to put smaller items like sunglasses or loose change without having to worry about where it might end up after the next zero to sixty launch onto the freeway. The small tray comes in either black or a bright red for those looking for a little more pop in the interior. EV Items isn’t just for Tesla Model 3 owners, they also have a full line of products for the Model X and Model S including a cubby drawer that helps owners make better use of the awkward shelf under the display.
Speaking of the center console and its fingerprint magnet finish, EV Items makes a vinyl wrap that lets owners throw down one of a handful of vinyl colors over the high gloss factory black. Give your center console a satin black, satin white, black or white carbon fiber or brushed stainless look with just a few minutes work and a Tesla Model 3 center console wrap kit.
Floor mats are a common first upgrade for Tesla owners, especially for owners living in areas with lots of rain, sleet, and snow. EV Items has a great set of all weather floor and trunk mats custom fit for Teslas. They are cut from a nice thick rubber mat that not only provide protection for the car from kids, animals, feet, sleet, snow, and the like, but they are easy to clean.
Being made of thick rubber means they can just be pulled out of the car, hosed off, and hung out to dry as needed. That’s a lifesaver for parents and those just looking for a life hack that minimizes the amount of time spent cleaning their car so they can spend more time out on the road just enjoying it.
Finally, and most importantly, an air freshener. I know, I know, they have those down at your local gas station. But remember, where we’re going, we don’t need gas stations. But we will still have kids and pets and other visitors that might not leave the interior of your car smelling fresh and happy. We all want the inside of your car to smell fresh and happy, and EV Items knew that.
They came up with a few air fresheners that come free with any order, and make great add on items to any cart and any car. The air fresheners come in two different builds. The first one depicts a fictitious “starman” flying through space near a blue-green planet in a sporty red car and another that features the starman character standing proudly, helmet in hand. They look a lot like the starman and roadster that were launched into space by SpaceX’s first Falcon Heavy launch, but the little disclaimer says they are works of fiction, so they couldn’t be. But they’re awesome and they’d fit right into the interior of your Tesla.
For a limited time, they are offering 20% off to CleanTechnica readers using this special link or promo code “CLEANTECHNICA” which is a nice chunk off the top of any order. If you’re rocking a new Tesla and in want of some accessories to make it yours, head over to EV Items and pick up some of their gear, then come back here and let us know what you think.
*This post was sponsored by EV Items; all images from the company (used with permission)
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