In an interesting development, a Tesla Model X wears a carbon fibre kit. Model X is a prominent electric SUV from the largest carmaker on the planet. Tesla has been in the news lately with the launch of its much-anticipated Cybertruck. It is an electric pickup truck with some immense capabilities. With that, the global expansion plans of the American EV giant are underway. For now, let us take a look at the details of this unique electric SUV with some customizations.
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Tesla Model X with Carbon Fibre Kit
The details of this special vehicle come from the TESLA Owners Worldwide page on Facebook. The company which came up with this kit shares the details. They offer carbon fibre kits for Model 3, Model Y, Model X and Model S. Apart from that, they mention that they sell directly to the customers. Since there is no middleman involved, the prices are very competitive. One could easily install the components on the EV.
The kit includes things like wheel arches covering, side body claddings, and a few other elements to accentuate the exterior appearance. Note that carbon fibre components are lightweight. Therefore, they don’t add much to the overall weight of the vehicle. In turn, the driving dynamics and capabilities of the vehicles are not affected negatively. That is why many high-end performance cars use carbon fibre components. Not to mention, they also enhance the aesthetics of any car. These can be used for the exterior, as well as the interior.
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2024 Tesla Model X
The 2024 model of the Tesla Model X will come in two variants – Long Range and Plaid. Those familiar with the nomenclature of the American EV would know that Plaid means raw, spine-chilling performance and insanely brisk 0-60 mph runs. In fact, the Plaid model boasts a triple-motor setup for an all-wheel-drive configuration to produce a jaw-dropping 1,020 hp of peak power. This propels the electric SUV from 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) in just 2.5 secs. It offers a decent 333 miles (536 km) of range. The 670-hp base Long Range model offers a slightly higher 348 miles (560 km) of range between charges. At the moment, the prices start at $79,990.
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