Tesla has started offering service centre-installed body wraps on its top-selling Model 3 and Model Y electric vehicles (EVs) at certain locations in the US.
Wrapping Teslas, or any vehicle in fact, has become a common practice as owners want to personalise their vehicle in a paint colour that isn’t offered from the factory. It’s also typically a cost-effective and reversible way to change the colour of your car.
Tesla is currently offering the Model 3 and Model Y in the US in seven “exclusive” coloured wraps that are made from a self-healing urethane-based film that’s claimed to protect the paint from chips, scratches and swirling.
These wraps are priced from US$7500 to US$8000 (~A$11,700 to ~A$12,500), depending on the colour, and these prices include the cost of materials and installation.
The coloured wraps on offer are as follows:
- Glacier Blue
- Forest Green
- Satin Rose Gold
- Slip Grey
- Satin Ceramic White
- Satin Stealth Black
- Crimson Red
In addition to the coloured wraps there’s also a clear wrap available on the Model 3 and Model Y that’s priced from US$5000 (~A$7800).
For now it’s unclear if Tesla plans to only offer this service centre-installed vehicle wrapping in the US, or if it will offer it in other markets such as Australia.
The latter of these vehicles has only been shown off in a raw stainless steel finish to date.
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