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
December 15th, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan
While the Tesla Model 3 is essentially the most complete car on the market (imho), there are places and ways that it can be improved. In many cases, that's where our favorite aftermarket suppliers come in.
One top product it's nice to have — especially here in hot-as-hell Florida — is a good cooler that fits the car well
December 3rd, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan
These things are nice
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.)
October 27th, 2019 | by Marika
When you buy a new car, your new car, you want it to stay in a perfect, kind of new way for as long as possible. At the beginning, you wipe each little mark off, get rid of every little spec as soon as you see it, vacuum every piece of sand (as if it was even possible living in Florida after going to the beach…).
But, let’s be honest, sharing this new car with two little kids is not easy at all. The car is not a museum where you are not allowed to touch anything, right? And those kids are not museum visitors
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