Tesla has introduced wraps for Model 3 and Model Y for its US customers. They now have the option to order the car wrap in three exciting new colors.
Tesla has finally brought a wonderful gift to its customers in the United States. Now they can make their Model 3 and Model Y special and different from others. Tesla introduced vehicle wraps for the first time in the US, offering interesting options. The new colors look amazing and will resonate with a lot of customers. Tesla offers seven new colors:
- Glacier Blue: $8,000
- Satin Rose Gold: $8,000
- Forest Green: $8,000
- Satin Ceramic White: $8,000
- Crimson Red: $8,000
- Satin Stealth Black: $7,500
- Slip Gray: $7,500
Tesla's website states:
“Wrap your Model 3 or Model Y in one of our premium Color Wraps, only available through Tesla. Offered in seven exclusive colors, this self-healing urethane-based film protects the paint beneath from chips, scratches and swirling.
Purchase price includes cost of materials and installation. Current participating Tesla Service Centers include West Covina, CA and Carlsbad, CA.”
Tesla said the option is available for 2023+ Model 3 and Model Y vehicles. In addition, you must be on the Tesla app version 4.23.0 or newer to purchase.
This option is an excellent alternative to producing cars painted in new colors directly at the factory. Tesla produces cars in shades of the five most popular colors: black, white, grey, blue and red. The installation of new paint shops, including more than 10 colors, is unwise, both in terms of financial costs and space wasted in production areas. In addition, most consumers stick to choosing a car in more classic colors. Offering a wrap is an excellent compromise that will satisfy the needs of those customers who want their cars to be different.
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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.