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Tesla Model S Goes Pink to Support Breast Cancer Awareness

The petrol-powered automotive world is filled with tuning choices, but when it comes to electric vehicles, the industry is still taking its first steps. EV customization is as young, if not younger as e-juiced cars themselves so every time we find a new model that has been personalized our curiosity meter goes up a notch. This time we are meeting a green wheeler that went pink, and it’s for a good cause.
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Photo: T Sportline
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When Steven Tyler wrote the "Pink" big hit along his band mates, he was most likely thinking of something different than a Tesla Model S wrapped for charity. Aerosmith’s lead singer was busy breaking any top ten charts with some new flavor rock and roll, so we’re quite sure he didn’t think of anything futuristic.

However, “Pink is my favorite color” seems to be the preferred line with these charities nowadays. Leaving the mean side apart, folks over at Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation are doing a great job with their cause and prevention of breast cancer, and we can’t but appreciate their work. That is why the #BreastCar Tesla Model S was created in the first place: to raise awareness and get people to join the cause.

The auto shop specialized in Tesla Model S customizations T Sportline was the one in charge with this project. According to them, the brainiac behind the wrap is Woodland Hills-based OB/GYN Dr. Ian Taras, who will be making appearances throughout Southern California through the end of June.

Tuners over at T Sportline added some of their own flavors to the EV. The vehicle was supplied with an exterior Carbon Fiber Sports Package and a set of TST model wheels in a matte black finish. This way, the rims contrast against the matte pink wrap. Good job, fellows!

When green turns pink for a good cause, we can’t but support it, so we figured it wouldn’t harm sharing it with you folks. Don’t forget to check out the photo gallery to get a proper view and, of course, to support the purpose.
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