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So you have a VIN that's higher than 22381? What did they change with 22382, anyway. Do you know? I have an earlier VIN, I'm just curious.Actually, as far as I can tell, they are the same as the one released in February? Had my hopes up that you meant the 6-seater's backseat ones have been updated for new VINs straight wheel well since I've been checking daily. Darn!
So you have a VIN that's higher than 22381? What did they change with 22382, anyway. Do you know? I have an earlier VIN, I'm just curious.
Looking back at your post, you do mention a straight wheel well. I just don't know what that means.
The front and short trunk maps never had issues, it is the third-row and folded down trunk mats that have a VIN related incompatiblity.
Though the incompatibility does not make them useless:
Trying out wrong VIN Tesla mats and third-party Model S goodies on Model X
It's worth noting that the pattern in the Model X front and second/third row mats is a custom design. If/when these are for sale directly from WeatherTech, they will likely have the traditional pattern like the Model S mats do.Yes, made by WeaterhTech for Tesla. It's my understanding that Tesla has the exclusive rights to sell them for a period of time (6-12 months?). After which you should see them on WeatherTech's site.