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The team around the tuner for noble interiors in vehicles, called Vilner, has just published a new project. A 2013 Tesla Model S P85 + came into consideration as the basis. A week ago we got you the mega noble one Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG S-Class & the crazy ones Tramontana XTR shown and then Vilner comes with the next completed project in the form of Tesla Stromer. After the tuning cure that the car was allowed to endure, the Tesla Model S P85 + is now even more exciting and, above all, more exclusive than the production version. If you are also the proud owner of a Tesla Model S P85 +, Vilner should be an interesting starting point when it comes to making the car stand out from the crowd. As for the changes made to the Tesla Model S P85 +, we have already learned the first details. As always, we have listed what we know below for you in a summary. But if you discover any other changes that we haven't listed, just use the comment box and let us know!
Here are the details of the Tesla Model S P85 +:
- red & black
- Base: 2013er Tesla Model S P85 +
- Piano lacquer applications replaced externally by carbon look
- 19-inch rims in black
- black Alcantara headliner
- Alcantara sun visors
- Alcantara instrument cluster
- Alcantara steering wheel
- Seats with a combination of leather and Alcantara in red & black
- Widened center armrest
- Bordeaux seat belts
- Sports bag made of the same materials and with carbon buckle
Certainly, new information and certainly new pictures and videos will soon be online. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put it online and inform you about it.
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