Pearl White Tesla Model S Pops In Striking Photoshoot


Some desktop wallpaper material right there

The Model S was released in 2012. Its design is probably about 2-3 years older than that. However, the Model S still looks clean and fresh as it did when it was revealed to the public.

It’s no wonder that the highly popular vehicle still draws plenty of prying eyes anywhere it goes. It’s one of those cars that is simply a head turner, no matter what color or model year it is. All things considered, the Model S is still one of the best-looking sedans out there.

For some, however, that isn’t enough. Ordinarily, aftermarket tuning for full-size luxury sedans is reserved for the likes of Volkswagen, Audi, Mercedes-Benz or BMW. Every new model from these German car makers, makes the previous generation vehicles drop in pricing, making them more affordable to the younger, more tuning oriented crowd. The same is happening with the Tesla Model S. With the car entering its 7th year of production, the more affordable price point for this vehicle makes it a perfect foundation for some aftermarket tuning modding.

This particular Pearl White Model S isn’t your average vinyl wrapped, Fast and Furious looking vehicle. It’s a tastefully modded Model S that is accentuated just a tad, thanks to some carefully chosen aftermarket parts.

The vehicle features a set of custom-made ADV.1 Wheels, joined by some particularly interesting carbon fiber bits and pieces. While the OEM upgraded wheel setup is sized 21-inches in the front and rear, this particular Model S features a 22-inch wheel setup. Namely, these ADV5.2 Track Spec SL Series three-piece forged wheels are sized 22×9 and 22×10.5 in the front and rear, respectively. Perfectly matching the Pearl White exterior finish of the car itself is a Brushed Gloss Gunmetal finish for the wheels.

Furthermore, this electric-powered luxury sedan features a carbon fiber front lip spoiler, a set of side skirts and a rear decklid spoiler. Together, these aftermarket parts make for a perfect looking Model S. Thanks to the gorgeous photoshoot, you can grab some pretty impressive looking desktop wallpapers right below.

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8 Comments on "Pearl White Tesla Model S Pops In Striking Photoshoot"

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uh, the rims are too big.

(⌐■_■) Trollnonymous

I know right?
Hit a bump at 20+mph and scrape the wheel well……..sheesh.

Rodrigo Henriques Negreiros Magalhaes

Actually there are no issues driving it that low!

they look out of place and they would give a rougher ride (to those that care).

InsideEVs the new Tesla fan site.

“Together, these aftermarket parts make for a perfect looking Model S.”

The additions aren’t tacky, but they don’t improve the Model S. The car looks excellent in stock form. The car looks excellent, but slightly different, with these additions. But perfect? No. That’s far too strong an adjective.

On the other hand, from only a few articles where I noticed the name in the byline, I can already see that VANJA KLJAIC prefers things far more trendy rather than timeless. A legit choice, but definitely not mine.

To me, a perfect Model S would eliminate the fake intake cutouts in the front bumper, especially under the headlights. Eliminate the silly chrome flair on the front fender behind the wheel well. Leave the chrome off the mirror housings. And a few other slight style adjustments toward the Dieter Rams design ethic. But I’m not complaining, it’s already close enough.

I think a model s tesla is really great

I think the Tesla Model S is a really great car and there is no problems with it….