Tuned Tesla Proves Even A Semi-Autonomous EV Can’t Stop Gearheads

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Nothing can stop the diehards from improving a car.

The very existence of aftermarket parts company Unplugged Performance, which specializes in making custom components for Tesla owners who want some spice, is a good sign about the future for gearheads. It means that no matter how autonomous or silent our cars will get, the love for cars will never die out. This particular kit from UP is a customized body kit. The real kicker of the whole thing is that the parts can be installed without interfering with the Autopilot sensors.

Here we see a custom Model S with one of the company’s aerodynamics kits hitting the track. And yes, they are already working on custom body kits for the Model 3.

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