T Sportline Changes The Face Of Tesla Model S With Version 2 Nosecone Grille – Video

JUL 31 2015 BY ERIC LOVEDAY 23

T Sportline Model S Nosecone

T Sportline Model S Nosecone

Tesla tuner and uploader of this video, T Sportline, is now offering a unique face for the Model S:

“Change the face of your Tesla” with the T Sportline Tesla Model S NCGv2 Nosecone Grille.

The NCGv2 is a complete replacement Nosecone Grille for your Tesla Model S. We offer the NCGv2 with or without parktronic sensor holes to accommodate all Tesla Model S. Transfer your factory “T” emblem and horizontal “V” chrome trim from your original nosecone grille.

If interested in the T Sportline Tesla Model S NCGv2 Nosecone Grille, then additional details, including pricing, are available here.

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23 Comments on "T Sportline Changes The Face Of Tesla Model S With Version 2 Nosecone Grille – Video"

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Jelloslug

Not feeling it.

ffbj

Right.

Carsten

It’s a Ford!?

Goaterguy

So you go to Pep Boys and buy two chrome strips…
IMHO, no aftermarket manufacturer has been able to improve on the looks of the Model S. I don’t think that the Model S is perfect on the looks department, any Maserati looks better but (want to say that I’m not a blind fanboi) but again, nobody has been able to improve on it.

How about something more Tesla-ish?

Jeff D

I wouldn’t mind it, but I can see it being a little much for others.

Like Jelloslug & Rick, LOL.

MDEV

Anything is better than the Fugly original nosecone

Jelloslug

That’s awful.

Rick Danger

Um, sorry, no.

Mart

Stuck in the box thinking, like putting simulated wood grain into Hardie plank siding, faux cuff buttons on a sports jacket, etc.. There’s no need for a “nose cone” at all other than to mimic a grill that’s not needed. These guys want to throw it back one more step.

David

From the first time I saw the nose cone I thought tricking out the appearance of it would be a common thing. Different colors, carbon fiber look, etc. But I’ve never even seen a photo of a mod until now.

Driverguy01

This car has such sexy curves, it needs a nice cleavage up front, not a cone.
Is that sexist?;)

Why would anyone want to put a ‘grille’ on an electric car? It detracts from aerodynamics and reminds me of an ICE car! If I was going to add a nosecone I’d like an even sleeker look.

OB1

Yes the model S needs a grille on the front and exhaust pipes on the back.

How else are we going to roll-coal in our Teslas?

Rick

I like it. Anything that blurs the line between EV and ICE is a good thing. Are you listening, Nissan?

Chip

he Tesla model S looks surprisingly mature on the road, although the nosecose is the least successful part.
The VW Karmann Ghia celebrated not needing a grill.
http://veedub.com/imgs/vw-karmann-ghia-1731.jpg

Yeah you right Chip! The nosecone has always looked like the cheapest, least thought-though piece on a Model S, like some sort of vestigial grille. The Karmann Ghia nose was prone to damage, but it’s a beautiful proboscis with functional nostrils that provide free cabin ventilation.
Tesla, don’t put a cheap plastic nosecone on front, as if you’re afraid of getting hit- put your best face forward!

Rick Danger

I like it too.
We can argue whether or not the Model S needs a nosecone, but since it already has one, I think this improves the look of it.

Toli

It is precisely the lack of a grille, or air intake, that characterizes the S and puzzles the unaware onlooker. To this effect, I would choose a nosecone with identical color to the bodywork.

I find this a bAD ( a bad ad) since I would choose any of the iconics over the S. especially the Bentley. But lets not be greedy, the puny 2 door convertible would do fine

Pushmi-Pullyu

Well, if you want your Model S to look like an Aston Martin.

http://s1.cdn.autoevolution.com/images/news/gallery/2013-aston-martin-db9-revealed-photo-gallery_3.jpg

Not that the Astin Martin looks bad, by any means, but if you’ve got a real Tesla, why not flaunt it?

Samwise

How to make your state of the art electric car look like a crappy old internal combustion machine in one easy step!