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New model S - Cream seat color

Discussion in 'Model S' started by SuisseDriver, Aug 10, 2017.

  1. SuisseDriver

    SuisseDriver Member

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    Hello anyone,

    I just order a brand new S75D in Switzerland. I really hope that I have the bigger battery which is suspected. I asked my Tesla dealer if he had heard anything. He said not from Tesla channel but that he also has "heard" this. I do not know what it means but it seems like there is no smoke without fire.

    Anyway, one of my question is that the interior "leather" seats available colors switched from Anthracite / Beige / Black to a new Ultrawhite / Crème / Black combination.

    White seats are really pure white and seeing them in person, it is just "too" white for me!
    I never liked the Beige seats that was leaning toward the orange but the Crème seats seems really nice in the configurator and this is the colour I choose.

    Unfortunately, Tesla has no pictures to show me yet and no samples as they are just being shipped from US.

    Anyone has any ideas or pictures or links where we could see how it really look like?

    Also, I find a July video from a Model S tested in Germany: and the color seems very similar to this Crème and nothing like the Beige I have seen in countless other videos. Do you know if it could be that?
     
  2. Derek Kessler

    Derek Kessler Member

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    Those are the old tan/beige seats. Creme is only available with the other headliner.

    Best as I know, no creme interiors have shipped yet, though they likely will be very soon.
     
  3. cameronr

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    on the battery, I think you can see your battery code by going to My Tesla and finding the link to your spec as described here:

    75 and 75D variants increased performance from July 1st - software and hardware improvements?

    Look for BTX0? and see what the code is. No one knows for sure but BTX07 or BTX08 seem to be the latest battery codes but not clear if they indicate a 85 pack or not. Once you get your car, let us know!
     
  4. kev1n

    kev1n Member

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    the video looks like the tan/beige leather.

    if i had to guess. cream looks lighter. maybe something similar to the signature white interior in 2012(off white color)
     
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  5. SuisseDriver

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    I cannot tell before 3 months as i ordered it yesterday so should be manufacture in September maybe...
     
  6. cameronr

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    the waiting game is no fun :(
     

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