Oh God, C'mon, Tesla's aren't Luxury vehicles, putting some Checker pattern ABS isn't tacky, it's just a style which is readily avaliable and a minor improvement over the Wood Dash. Nobody is arguing that real Carbon Fiber doesn't look better, it's more so about the Value proposition of real Carbon Fiber VS ABS, you would need to stare at the Trim pieces for 2 minute intervals to actually notice a difference.I can tell immediately it looks like crap. Abs cf looks nothing like real carbon fiber. You would have to be blind or have awful eyesight not to tell the difference. I don’t understand how any spends the money on a Tesla than ruins it with fake carbon fiber. Reminds me of rappers ice out nice watches in diamonds and completely ruining the value. It’s tacky and looks cheap af. Hydro dip looks much better but carbon fiber overlays is the only way to go. You can do any color an assortment of different styles. It’s definitely not as cheap but also adds a lot of value to most people when they see it in person cause it looks amazing and it’s rare to find. We can do regular 2x2, Kevlar, honeycomb, forged, reflex, etc in any color and based on the style of weave no color looks the same. By far the easiest way to make your interior standout and look like it’s been customized by companies like mansory
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The Average person gets into a Car, sets Nav, sets Audio, and drives to a destination, during that drive the focus is on the Traffic, the ambiance is more lighting and smell based, with feel sensory coming from the Steering wheel and arm rest. Can't imagine I've ever been caught up in Trim visuals long enough to notice any cheap look of ABS.
I'm judging from Glances, the only way you notice the refinement of Real CF vs ABS is if you're looking for it, the average person isn't looking for refinement, just glancing along from object to object, nothing more nothing less.