Tesla Model S made Stealth [Video]

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Comments

  1. Daniel Steinberg - 9 years ago

    Wow! That’s just gorgeous. Any idea about cost?

    • Seth Weintraub - 9 years ago

      I belive it falls into the “if you have to ask” territory. Follow up and let us know!

      • Daniel Steinberg - 9 years ago

        Haha – that’s a good way to classify it. From what I can tell, it looks like it’s $4k-5k for the full car, including door jambs. The precision and amount of care they put into it is really amazing.

        Seems like a good excuse for a quick trip to Seattle!

  2. AlexTech - 9 years ago

    The result is as impressive as the precision in this team’s work. Really nice finish.
    Thanks for sharing.

  3. Jörg - 9 years ago

    Looks ugly. For what reason should someone should treat a car that way?

    • Daniel Steinberg - 9 years ago

      Perhaps it’s preference, though some people prefer matte finishes to glossy. BMW has a relatively new Frozen series of paint that looks killer. The biggest downsides are 1) cost and 2) durability. Whereas you can buff out scratches on a glossy car, you can’t do anything like that on matte because it will just create shiny spots. That said, if you have a garage and live in a nice climate, it’s a beautiful look and you shouldn’t have much trouble with upkeep.

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