It looks great, but at what cost?
The Tesla Model S is a good-looking car, receiving ravereviews from just about anybody who gets near it. But for some buyers, nothingthat comes stock from a dealer – sorry, Tesla store – is ever enough. Now,there’s a solution: TSportline, the self-dubbed ‘AMG of Tesla”, offers aftermarket upgrades for EVs, specifically the Model S.So, taking the $123,770 fully-loaded S and adding on just about every optionavailable on its site, here’s what an extra 80 grand and change willbuy you:
21-inch t117 GhostGold wheels, exterior color wrap, cila jet, carbon-fiber body kit, parking sensors, blind spot warning system, custom-painted brake calipers, exterior black out package, paint factory lowerplastic trim body color, clear bra and a 3M Crystaline window tint. Inside, theModel S gains bespoke interior upholstery (for $25,000!), audio upgrades,painted seat backs, Alcantara steering wheel, special floor mats, rear iPadentertainment, a LED package, ticket-avoidance system and more. That’s a lotfor the money, but is any Tesla worth $200K-plus?