Check Out This Modded “Racing Extinction” Tesla Model S (images + video)


So, this is what that Tesla Model S with the electroluminescent paint was for.

As you’ll see in these pictures and video, this Model S is fitted with all kinds of James Bond 007-like gadgets/upgrades for a documentary film called “Racing Extinction“.

The modded Model S will be driven by Leilani Munter, race car driver and an environmental activist who owns a Tesla Model S P85+.

Munter claims that the paint upgrade alone costs $40,000 dollars a gallon and says that it takes close to 10 gallons to paint the Model S in this high-tech hue.  So, you’re looking at a $400,000 paint job, making this the most expensive Model S ever.

In a nutshell, Racing Extinction is a film that exposes the environmental and endangered species concerns that we’re facing.  The film will debut at the Sundance Film Festival, which runs from January 22 through February 15.

To understand more about the film, check out the Racing Extinction trailer below:

Want a closer look at CO2 (through some very high-tech camera equipment), check out the video below:

FLIR: The Invisible Made Visible from Oceanic Preservation Society on Vimeo.

We don't remember this Model S feature...

We don’t remember this Model S feature…

Tesla Model S w/ Electroluminescent Paint.

Tesla Model S w/ Electroluminescent Paint.

Source: Mother Nature Network, Racing Extinction.

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8 Comments on "Check Out This Modded “Racing Extinction” Tesla Model S (images + video)"

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Can’t wait!

There is a saying in China…

“Anything that has four legs and isn’t a table– you can eat.”

I’m afraid the Chinese (and Indians) as they industrialize are going to kill this planet.

They’re talking about your mother when she’s at work.

Folowing the example given by the US and Europe…

> Click here to see that rear camera pop out!

I think you meant to say “Click here to see that rear projector pop out!

I know what you meant though.

Just how ecologically friendly, is the electroluminescent paint? My guess is, not very.

hm.. write off a $500k car as a business expense.. I’m in the wrong line of work.