2019 TESLA MODEL S WIDE-BODY KIT RELEASE DATE, PRICE, SPY SHOTS, & REDESIGN – Unplugged Performance launched a wicked wide-body Tesla Model S kit at the 2018 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Hawthorne, California-based Tesla tuner provides improvements for the Model S, and its new S-APEX P100D kit will dramatically change your four-door EV’s look for $50,000.
Each develops is exclusive and includes a 19-item pre-impregnated carbon-fiber body conversion, racing suspension with Unplugged’s individual high-performance shocks, improved carbon porcelain brakes, ultra-light wheels, and fully customized interior portions.
The conversion improves the EV’s total width by 1.57 inches at each area. The wide-body kit allows for the use of wider wheels up to 13.2 inches in the rear for greater grip. Ultra-light forged wheels are provided in 19-, 20-, and 21-inch sizes. Unplugged Performance’s light in weight carbon ceramic braking system is said to improve halting power and aids storage sheds 20 pounds. According to Unplugged, the kit reduces rotational bulk by more than 100 pounds. The tuner claims its car’s 0-60 mph acceleration surpasses Tesla’s own 2.3-second runs.
Inside, the headliner and pillars are re-trimmed in Alcantara, and the steering wheel, dashboard, center gaming system, seats, and door cards also acquire new components. In addition to the latest Tesla Model S sedans, the S-APEX series kit might be retrofitted to older P85D, P90D, and P100D donor cars on ask for.