Light Up Your Tesla Model S With Electroluminescent Paint – Video

3 years ago by Mike Anthony 7



Take the world’s most innovative vehicle, the Tesla Model S, coat it with the world’s most innovative paint and this is the result.

Its called electroluminescent paint and its something that’s out of this world. It is definitely unique.

We are not 100% sure how it is done or applied. However, as mentioned, it is not cheap.

With a touch of a button, you can control the paint lighting and or movement, as you will see in the video above.

So if this is what you desire, it can absolutely be done to your electric ride. All sorts of different designs are available too.

We do wonder if this would be road-legal though.

Please let us know your thoughts and opinions on this innovative electroluminescent paint in comments below.

Not your cup of tea?  Well, perhaps this trick paint will lead to other similar innovations that are more practical and not so flashy.

Source: GAS2


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7 responses to "Light Up Your Tesla Model S With Electroluminescent Paint – Video"

  1. Anon says:

    It’s an impressive animated effect… Not sure what kind of controller or addressing is used for the painted areas or how it works; but it’s cool.

    In normal light, I don’t see holes or raised areas for wires. Very slick.

    Seems like something companies could use for ads on their vehicles…

  2. Nelson says:

    Could this replace brake lights some day? No more burnt out bulbs to replace. Just apply the brake and light up the rear of the car.

    NPNS! SBF!

    1. Steven says:

      I was thinking about that for my bike. Having the back half of my helmet and rear fender glow red for brakes would be an idea.

    2. Rob says:

      Or is it? At the moment, you change the bulb. Imagine when your, erm, ‘boot’ fails…

  3. scoops says:

    Imagine how many necks you would snap with this ride…

  4. Ben says:

    The website shows exactly how it is applied.

    This is the car the racecar driver Leilani Munter used to drive to the UN building to project Racing Extinction on the night before the People’s Climate March.

  5. Rob says:

    I want it to say two things:
    oh and maybe
    How YOU doin’ 😉