Matte Black Wrapped Tesla Model S – Video

3 years ago by Mike Anthony 6

The stealth fighter jet is coming out of its hangar.

The stealth fighter jet is coming out of its hangar.

As if the Tesla Model S isn’t quite unique enough?

A full vehicle matte black wrap will look give it a stealth fighter jet look if you so desire.

This vehicle, like many others, is wrapped with 3m and is matte black. With the body panels and the chrome trim all around the Model S wrapped, it creates an appearance that is absolutely different from when it rolls off the assembly line.

There is an unlimited amount of colors, patterns, designs, to wrap a vehicle with.

A full vehicle wrap inst exactly cheap, but a perk is that a vehicle wrap can be removed and the vehicle returned to completely original if and when desired.

This one in particular was done by Rolotech Car Wraps:

“Entire vehicle wrapped with the 3M Matte black 1080-M12. Chrome blackout as well.”

Fully wrapped Model S in Matte Black.

Fully wrapped Model S in Matte Black.

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6 responses to "Matte Black Wrapped Tesla Model S – Video"

  1. Spec9 says:

    Looks like The Gimp.

  2. Kosh says:

    just think if the windows and headlights were tinted too…..

    1. Jouni Valkonen says:

      Who needs windows and headlights because with camera and display combo it is possible to see so much more. Even it is possible to use infrared spectrum. And more importantly, solid aluminium “windows” are much safer than glass windows.

      Similarly rear view mirrors are old fashioned and they can be replaced by camera and display.

      1. Anon says:

        The other issue with lights, is being visible– so you don’t get hit.

        Also, STILL getting porno ads. Now from ULust, instead of AdultFriendFinder… 🙁

      2. Anon says:

        The other issue with lights, is being visible– so you don’t get hit.

        Also, STILL getting porno ads. Now from ULust, instead of AdultFriendFinder…

        No, wait… Just got it while posting this. 🙁

    2. Brandon says:

      The DRL’s need to be on.