Vilner Does Electric Shock With Turquoise Tesla Model X By Vilner

Electric Shock Tesla Model x By Vilner

Here is another chance for me to say, “I just want to see Elon Musk’s face if he happens to see this Model X.“ The owner of this Tesla Model X P90D is undoubtedly a big fan of the brand. He owns three, including Tesla Model X By Vilner. More than redoing the outward appearance of the car, the owner wanted a car that is quite, he wants pin drop silence when driving.

Electric Shock Tesla Model x By Vilner

One of the great things about electric cars is they are extremely quiet. Tesla is a lot more quite than any other electric car in the market. But the owner of this Model X is having none of it. He asked Vilner to rip open and add extra insulation in some areas of the car – I wonder what he is up to!

Electric Shock Tesla Model x By Vilner

Vilner also worked to add some color to interiors. Owner’s preferred choice of accent was bright turquoise. The “electric shock” theme of the car is represented by Printed Circuit Board (PCB) patterns on seat fronts and other areas. Vilner’s famous “V” logo appears embroidered and embossed on seat fronts. The PCB patterns also appear on the back the seats and dashboard binnacle. Other notable places to get turquoise treatment are seat belts and the carpet edges.

Electric Shock Tesla Model x By Vilner

Vilner also added some carbon fiber work to Tesla’s exterior carbon fiber pack. The car now features carbon fiber on the front lip, mirror caps, and rear spoiler. Tesla’s “T” logo and brake calipers are two other items to receive turquoise love. Vilner didn’t paint everything in electric shock, the 20-inch wheels received a Dark Plutonium Silver makeover.

Electric Shock Tesla Model x By Vilner

As with their other special projects, the Tesla Model X By Vilner received its own bespoke duffel bag. Made from genuine leather, it proudly showcases an embroidered Tesla logo in turquoise, more PCB patterns, and a strap with carbon fiber buckle. All that is left for the biggest Tesla-fan in the world is to take this for a drive across Europe.

 

Source: Vilner 

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