Hello, this is just an informative post for anyone considering seat covers for their Model 3. I'm aware it's not for everyone but I thought for those considering this I would provide my two cents. I've owned my Model 3, with standard black interior, since May 2018. The vegan leather has held up well but I'm always looking for a project and thought I might try a pop of color with the interior. I chose to go with the "Wine Red" option from Inch Empire (through Amazon) which is a more subdued reddish-maroon tone. At $299 they were definitely more affordable than the covers offered by Taptes. The quality is quite good and the fitment is probably an 8.5 out of 10. They arrived quickly, in two days, plus I had the luxury of free returns if I had second thoughts (I'm keeping 'em though). I figure if I get tired of them, somewhere down the line, they'll be easy enough to remove. No harm, no foul. Install took between 3 to 4 hours all in, it's more time consuming then one would think, but is not necessarily difficult. That did include watching various install videos since the directions are mediocre. An added bonus was that there was no funky smell or any airing-out period needed. The covers give the car a new look, to change it up a bit, and they'll protect the seats from my two kids and the occasional trip with my dog inside. For anyone in the market for seat covers I would say these are a nice option.