Tesla’s Model S and Model X already are popular cars to offer upgrades on from aftermarket car modifications companies.
Now they are already turning to Model 3 after the official reveal of the production version last week.
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It’s not exactly surprising considering that Tesla has over 500,000 reservations for the vehicle and they expect to produce it at a rate 5 times higher than Model S and Model X.
Some of the most popular Tesla aftermarket tuners are Tsportline, which claims to be the “world’s first Tesla tuner”, and Unplugged Performance, which offers some of the most popular aftermarket products for Tesla vehicles.
True to their claim of being “first”, Tsportline is already revealing new mods for the Model 3.
They started with a render of their “Model 3 Sport Package” on a Midnight Silver Metallic car with their chrome black out package:
I am not sure about body kits becoming really popular on Model 3, but I would expect that aftermarket wheels could become an important business, especially since Tesla is only making available two options: 18″ Aero wheels or 19″ Sport wheels.
Tsportline says that they will be offering both their locally made “20” forged wheels” and “20” flow forged wheels” for the Tesla Model 3.
Here they released a concept of their 114 wheel design in Diamond Black with Carbon Sports Package on a black Model 3 and mesh wheels on a blue Model 3 with carbon fiber underbody:
Tportline’s Model 3 wheels or the body kits are not yet available for sale, but they decided to release the first images this week.
It doesn’t look like they could get their hands on a production unit yet, so it might have to wait a while. Tesla is currently only delivering the vehicle to employees and customer deliveries are not expected until October.
In the meantime, let us know if you would consider buying aftermarket wheels or other products for your Model 3 and why in the comment section below.