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If a tuning company that calls itself "SS" Customs brings a camouflage-colored car onto the market, that could be a topic of conversation, at least in Germany. After all, as you know, the ZDF reporters are already apologizing for wearing a brown shirt on your show! The background to the action is, however, much more serious and therefore "fun aside".
(Photo: SS Customs)
In cooperation with Tesla, the tuner SS Customs set up a Model S in an army look for those returning from the war for American Veterans Day. On November 11.11.2014, 300, Tesla invited 21 veterans and their families to take a closer look at the company's factory premises in Fremont, California. Of course, an adequate vehicle could not be missing. You have chosen a Tesla Model S with camouflage foiling and chic XNUMX inch rims that were powder-coated in green. Yellow-tinted headlights and a tailor-made roof rack were also installed so that the military equipment can also be accommodated.
That's not all, Tesla wants to become the largest veteran employer in the US and currently has 5% war veterans in his workforce. Up to 600 additional veterans will come in the next few years. An honorable thing as we find.