Let’s Check Out A Tesla Model 3 Modified By Mountain Pass Performance

JUL 10 2018 BY STEVEN LOVEDAY 7

Now you can see Mountain Pass Performance’s new, improved Tesla Model 3 up close.

Our good friend Sasha Anis invited Trevor Page from Model 3 Owners Club to visit Mountian Pass Performance and check out what he and his team have been working on. We’ve shared some of Sasha’s projects before, but this a more candid, up-close look at his company’s latest venture.

Trev gets a tour of the shop, which includes an in-depth look at the Model 3 aftermarket brakes and suspension. He also gets a quick peek at one of Sasha’s other ongoing and inspiring projects: a Tesla-powered “Blue Lightning” Lotus Evora EV conversion with a Model S motor and two 16 kWh Chevrolet Volt batteries.

Check out the video for all the details.

Video Description via Model 3 Owners Club on YouTube:

We visit MountainPass Performance to see the improvements they’ve made to their Model 3 with better brakes and suspension parts.

You can buy their products from their website here: https://www.mountainpassperformance.c…

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7 Comments on "Let’s Check Out A Tesla Model 3 Modified By Mountain Pass Performance"

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I wonder if Tesla will ever sell the Model 3 Performance “Performance Upgrade” package for non-performance cars. That’s sort of what they did here.

It would be like buying a BMW M-Sport package, without going full M-car.

Front still looks hideous though 🙁

nah bro

Let’s say, it’s an acquired taste… 😉

I thought you said you drive an old Leaf. Do you really wanna talk about looks?

Eh? You must have me mixed up with someone else.

Also, I’m not saying I dislike the Model 3 look at this point… But it did definite take me a while to warm up to the front fascia.

(Part of the warming up is surely owed to the fact the final version has a somewhat improved shape from the prototype; and the fact that the most published prototype was silver, which is not a good choice on any car IMHO, but worked particularly bad with this shape…)

That’s a pretty gratuitous comment considering that not once does the video show the front.