Checking out a modified Tesla Model S priced at 205,820 USD [video]

82,050 USD in aftermarket parts

T Sportline took a 123,770 USD Tesla Model S Performance 85 kWh and installed aftermarket parts which raised the car's price to 205,820 USD.

Spending no less than 82,050 USD to modify an already tricked out Tesla Model S is exaggerated especially when the modifications brought to the car don't actually make it that better. However, T Sportline believes there is a market for such an expensive package which encompasses 7,500 USD 21-inch forged wheels and a 5,250 USD carbon fiber body kit.

The vehicle's body has been covered in a 3M wrap worth 6,000 USD together with a 1,500 USD window tint from the same company. The piece of resistance is without any doubt the bespoke upholstery priced at a whopping 25,000 USD while the sound system adds 9,500 USD to the car's price tag.

Check out the attached photo to find out all prices.

Source: T Sportline

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sensei sensei
Cool, but not a game changer. If Tesla can continue development and amortize costs to better selling lower priced offerings, then perhaps the US will be able to really lead the world car market.
Mar 23rd, 2014 5:45am
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Siawa Siawa
For the Rappers... Basically.
Mar 17th, 2014 10:09pm
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Willeman Willeman
I'll pass. thanks.
Mar 17th, 2014 8:56am
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AlanDeanFoster AlanDeanFoster
Alas, there's always a market for this sort of nonsense. Like gold-plated bathroom fixtures. Note that none of the upgrades address actual (if minor) complaints like small visors and no grab handles.
Mar 16th, 2014 9:58pm
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radmeister radmeister
All I would do to a Tesla is to make it lighter. CF hood, CF trunk hatch. Replace all the windows with some kind of lightweight plastic. CF rims. As for audio I would not be going shopping at bestbuy like these guys. Pioneer reference series all the way with a fully programmable amp and then send the car out for a professional audio calibration.
Mar 16th, 2014 4:15pm
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paiva paiva
I can't see any Model S owner feeling 82.000USD happier after buying this. What a waste of money. "So, should i buy the new corvette or make my model S look a little bit worse? "
Mar 16th, 2014 8:21am
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acrane7073 acrane7073
completely worthless. How could tints cost $1500?
Mar 16th, 2014 4:58am
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GeneRubin GeneRubin
I own a Model S myself. The car looks great. I do take issue with the prolific numbers of illegal tints I see on the road. One of my son's best friends was on his bicycle. He was hit and killed by a man with illegal tint impairing his vision. Rather than manslaughter, due to negligence and illegal tint this man is now sitting in jail for 30 years for 2nd degree murder charges. Anyone who tints his windows is setting himself up for a severe lawsuit and possible charges in any accident with injury or casualty.
Mar 15th, 2014 11:43pm
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Why does the interior upgrade cost 25k! Did they take it to Goodwood and let RR remake the interior or what?
Mar 15th, 2014 11:17pm
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Aygo Aygo
The interior looks nice and I bet the audio system would sound pleasant. I'm not a fan of the exterior highlights, especially in Gold.
Mar 15th, 2014 11:33pm
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taliz taliz
Looks pretty good I'd say. Not bad at all.
Mar 15th, 2014 8:25pm
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