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Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by tnawara, Oct 2, 2011.
Is there a dark gray / black interior seating material option?
I'm pretty sure one of the 3 interior options was black. I took a pic of that on my phone - will try to dig it up.
Yes. There were three options shown: Cream, Tan and Black. I don't remember what they called the cream color, but it looked almost like a very light tan or an off-white. There is no "white" option they used on the prototype.
Thanks Doug. The light colour I described is the one called "Zuma White"; I wouldn't describe it as "white" though, be interesting to hear what others think.
Does anyone have any interior photos to add to this thread?
I guess Zuma would refer to the beach in LA. I thought it was pretty white.
I do. But it isn't letting me post them.
Thanks for the responses, all. I would have been surprised if there were only white and tan seating options, so it's good to get confirmation of "Mammoth Black" from you.
Hmm... well this is your photo, thanks.
I wonder what the little triangular button to the right of the touchscreen is for? The one on the left is apparently the hazard flashers.
The glare/reflection on the screen is a bit concerning.
Traction Control? It almost looks like a satellite dish...
I see three objects ... outlined by hand it looks like:
Album art and track info shows on the driver's dash when music is selected on the center screen...
The 2 wood panel options are they actual wood or just wood pattern plastic? I like wood but I always felt plastic with a wood look was silly, and I'm not sure I want the piano black
I didn't look closely at the materials, but I think you might call it a veneer. It was very shiny. It could almost be a print, but I gather it has wood material with lacquer on top?
Someone else can probably say better, as I didn't look that closely. I think it was more about visual appearance than anything tactile.
I'm interested in that Wh/mile history graph. Someone got a closer shot? Also noticed that they have a strange distribution of the numbers for speed etc. Goes like 10 / 30 / 50 / 70 / 120 for speed. And 20 / 100 / 200 for output power. Somehow logarithmic. I hope that's customizeable.