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Tesla Model 3 Winter Tips, Tricks, & Top Products from Aniseh Sharifi

December 26th, 2019 | by Matt Pressman

Aniseh Sharifi has been working in the auto industry for the past 10 years. She says, "I grew up around cars — my brother and dad were car fanatics and that’s all they ever talked about." When profiled in Toronto Life magazine she confessed, "I'm an electric vehicle nerd." Aniseh says, "My EV has changed my life — and yes I realize how cheesy that sounds." She drives a Tesla Model


15 Top Products For Tesla Owners

December 4th, 2019 | by Matt Pressman

It's a thrilling feeling when you take delivery of your first Tesla. There's that new car smell. The serene silence of having no internal combustion engine. The ultra-smooth acceleration. The addictive torque when you stomp on the accelerator. However, looking at your perfect all-new, all-electric machine might leave you feeling like something is still missing


Tesla Model 3 Trunk Organizer & Frunk Cooler From EVANNEX — CleanTechnica Review

November 3rd, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan

We recently received a Tesla Model 3 trunk organizer and a frunk/trunk cooler from EVANNEX. Aside from floor mats to protect the original Tesla-installed flooring, I consider these the top two Model 3 aftermarket items that just about everyone could benefit from. (Though, pneumatic trunk and frunk hood openers have me drooling, and I do have some other fun aftermarket products to review.)


Tesla Eye Candy: South Florida “Tesla Cars & Coffee” Event

November 2nd, 2019 | by Matt Pressman

Signature Custom Wraps recently held a "Cars and Coffee" event for Tesla owners — EVANNEX was a proud sponsor and excited attendee! Local owners from all over the state of Florida came out to enjoy coffee, cookies, and some the most tricked-out Teslas in the area. There was a raffle with EVANNEX products, a Tesla Wall Charger, and many other fun goodies


Beyond Tesla Software Updates: Accessories That Can Improve Your Tesla

June 2nd, 2019 | by Matt Pressman

It's a thrilling feeling when you take delivery of your first Tesla. There's that new car smell, the serene silence of having no internal combustion engine, the ultra-smooth acceleration, the addictive torque when you stomp on the accelerator. However, looking at your perfect, new, all-electric machine might leave you feeling a little nervous


Hundreds Come Out For Tesla Model 3 Event In South Florida (Video)

March 20th, 2018 | by Matt Pressman

Having taken delivery of his Tesla Model 3, our founder (and Dad) Roger Pressman decided it was worthwhile to show off the car locally here at the EVANNEX offices in South Florida. Even with the Model 3 currently on display at a local Miami store, RSVPs came flooding in via Tesla Owners Florida (special thanks to Club President Larry Chanin). But it wasn't just the Model 3 that would be at this marquee event


Tesla Model 3 Carbon Fiber Spoiler Design & Production (Part 1)

March 18th, 2018 | by Matt Pressman

At EVANNEX, we specialize in designing and developing unique accessories for Tesla owners, and there’s no accessory that is more unique than a custom-designed carbon fiber spoiler. In this blog post and the accompanying video, we’re going to walk you through the design, development, and prototyping process that is required to produce an American-made, high-quality spoiler for Model 3. If you’ve ever wondered how spoilers are created, I think you’ll find our journey interesting


Tesla Model 3: The Things “Big Name Reviewers” Don’t Talk About

March 11th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor

Lots of reviews discuss Model 3 — its performance and driving attributes, its interior and exterior design, the basic functionality achieved through the landscape display and a myriad of other features. In fact, here at EVANNEX, we’ve done one of those with a very early vehicle


Tesla Model 3 Impressions From The Mainstream Media

March 10th, 2018 | by Matt Pressman

The Model 3 has been a difficult car to get your hands on — and Tesla hasn't been actively releasing its cars (for review) to the media until recently. However, the first media outlets, mostly automotive press, seemed to be quite taken with the Model 3. Now, mainstream media outlets are beginning to review Tesla's lower-cost option. So, what's the consensus? Let's take a look


Tesla Model S Center Console From EVANNEX (#CleanTechnica Review)

February 25th, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan

The good folks at EVANNEX were kind enough to send us a Center Console Insert for the Tesla Model S to use in our Tesla Shuttle fleet right after we launched the company. Yes, I assume they expected a review for the gift (which is worth $530–630), but they haven't said so or pressured us in any way. (I have to say, though, it was weird when a 6'7" thug-looking character with EVANNEX tattooed on his forehead showed up at my door holding a long iron rod. And I have to disclose that he did ask me if I needed any help evaluating the console.)


Automotive Media Is Loving The Tesla Model 3

February 6th, 2018 | by Matt Pressman

With Model 3 deliveries becoming a bit more common, media outlets are finally getting their hands on Tesla's most-anticipated car. Back in July, Motor Trend called it "the most important car of the century" in Model 3's one-and-only published review. Since then, Tesla hasn't been releasing test cars to the press. Automotive journalists (like reservation holders) have been anxiously awaiting an opportunity to step on the gas... uh, I mean accelerator


Electric Car Life 101

September 1st, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan

Electric cars — great, fun, quick, clean, smooth, quiet, convenient to charge at home and work. But wait, what's life like with an electric car? How do you charge? Where do you charge? What do you need to charge? How do you protect the most valuable component of the car — the battery


Tesla News Buffet

July 25th, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan

As noted in an article earlier today, I’ve been very busy in the past month (well, months…) moving into a new home [&hellip



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