Elon Musk is more about chasing those crazy dreams out of town and onto the road. Helping people get rid of range anxiety, that’s what matters most if he wants the electric vehicles ever to smile naughtily in petrol-powered vehicle’s face. Sure, Elon Musk knows that no great product will ever make it to the targeted buyer’s shopping cart if it’s not properly wrapped.
That is why we expect almost no desist letter from Tesla Motors sent to any aftermarket shop no matter how far they’ll go with their customization ideas. The premium electric vehicle needs to become popular, it needs to be mainstream if it will ever bring profit to the California-based EV maker.
On the other hand, Tesla Model S’ performance is its biggest asset from the very beginning. After all, the full-sized plug-in electric five-door, luxury car has achieved rapidly growing sales, particularly in Norway and California for a reason. The United States Environmental Protection Agency official range for the Model S Performance model equipped with an 85 kWh battery pack is 265 miles (426 km), topping the Tesla Roadster to lead the electric market.
Just turn it to HD and enjoy!