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Discussion in 'Model X: Interior & Exterior' started by ohmman, Jan 11, 2016.
Please post ONLY Solid Black Model X Photos in this thread. All interiors are welcome.
I have created albums as a more concise repository for these photos. Please upload any subsequent photos to the albums in the Model X group, located here.
Very Nice, and nice pictures of Woodbridge South Lake
It says I don't have permission to look at the obsidian black metallic page
Did you use XPEL? When you say 3/4 wrap, does that mean everything but the rear/trunk? Or you did everything all around but left the top?
Sorry, I'm a noob about this.
Do you have any advice on which paint protection I should go with?
Tesla Model X
I would like to see more pictures of yours, and more information about the wrap. I ordered a X 90D in solid black with tan leather interior & black headliner, and yours is the first I've seen to match this selection.
Correct, I didn't have the back bumper, 1/4 panel done. If I do have them wrapped the installer recommended I purchase new emblems hence I chose not to. I might consider the rear bumper.
In due time. You cannot tell the car is wrapped with Xpel Ultimate
A few more, with the Jaguar F Type. They make a good pair.
@John Chow your pictures are awesome!
Stupid question but can I ask why you chose the Solid Black over the Obsidian?
We haven't got any X's over in the UK yet (although I did see the Blue Metallic w/Ultra White at Meet Model X).
I need to finalise my spec by this Thursday so i'm ordering blind! For me it's between the Midnight Silver, Obsidian, or Solid Black. I'm already sold on the Ultra White!
I got to see the solid black X sitting inches away from a obsidian X. Originally I was going to go with the obsidian, but after seeing the two directly side by side, it was NO contest. The solid black is a much deeper black, and when polished and protected correctly, looks just like the pictures John posted. The obsidian looked dusty (even though it wasn't). In the sun, yes, it sparkles, but if you're looking for a deep black X, get the solid black.
I like solid colors over metallic colors. You can get a much deeper shine with it. Also, the solid black was $1,500 less than Obisdian Black. I used the savings towards the black 22" wheels.
Autoskinz in Santa Clarita did an awesome job! Their is no orange peel, those days are gone