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Show your customized pearl white refresh Model S

Just want to see your interior/exterior customizations and get some ideas for my own car :)

My list so far:-
- no front license plate
- removed rear license plate frame
- tinted windows
- OEM spoiler
- 21inch grey turbine wheels
- removed Model S and battery size badges
- cubby drawer
- all weather floor mats
- MERV 13 filter addition
Here some of mine. By next week I should have red calipers and powder coated rims as well. Sig has a list of my mods, also have a cubby drawer not listed.

Thinking of debadging one of these days as well.

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I’m actually going to have the calipers vinyl wrapped. Since the friction brakes aren’t used too often I’m not too worried about heat and they’re removable in case I run into any warranty issues.

The blackout on the rear appliqué is just plasti dip which I did myself. Same with the lettering and logos I did in a volcanic red plasti dip. I think the appliqué could have come out better and one of these days I’ll get around to re-doing it but you have to get pretty close to see the imperfections.

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The crystalline is great. I've driven loaners and always notice how much extra heat comes through the windows when the sun is out. Can't remember exactly but think I went 50 or 60 on the sides and back since I was doing the front windows and wanted it more conservative and also wanted them all uniform. The front windshield is a 70 so it's hardly noticeable visually but still great at blocking the heat. These are the crystalline numbers so it's roughly the percentage of light it lets through.


Well-Known Member
Mar 8, 2015
Sig is already updated...maybe it takes time to show?

Paid $600 for the powder coating...I know I could have found it for less but wanted to support this local business that has been very active and generous to the local Tesla clubs.
Hmm, I don't know. It still shows as silver:
17 S75 Pearl White Mods: Tesla All Weather Floor Mats; X-Pel Ultimate PPF; 3M Crystalline Tint; COzero Power Liftgate, Al 3 Pedal Set & Ludicrous CF Spoiler; Lighted Sills by Norm; Aukur Logo Puddle Lights; BlackVue DR750S-2CH; 21" Silver Arachnids

They do look nice and $600 sounds like a good price. We're thinking of doing that with ours.

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