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Rear Facing Seats (Tesla Model S) - No Longer Available

Discussion in 'Tesla Parts for Sale' started by stoneskid, Apr 7, 2015.

  1. stoneskid

    stoneskid Member

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    Rear Facing Seats (Tesla Model S)

    Carry up to 7 passengers in the Model S by adding seating for two children with rear facing seats. Come from a 2013 Tesla Model S 85 and have never used them. I would rather have the extra space for my junk.

    They run about $2500 when purchased with the car. Not sure if they are available afterwords.

    Willing to ship but would prefer a local buyer.

    List Date: 4/7/2015
    Location: Miami, FL, United States

    For more info, click here to view the original listing: Rear Facing Seats (Tesla Model S)
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    joefee Over 2 Million TMC page views

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    I've heard that rear seat car must also have a double rear bumper.
     
  4. stoneskid

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    Sale pending, thanks to all for your interest.
     
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    As mentioned, the rear facing seats MUST be installed in a car with a different structural design. However, I believe early models all had the proper structure. Even if a buyer was somehow able to fit them in a car not designed for it, the safety of the seat's occupants will be compromised.
     

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