Tesla Model S 70D In New Warm Silver Color – Live Images

APR 10 2015 BY ERIC LOVEDAY 22

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

When Tesla Motors introduced the new Model S 70D, three new colors joined the Model S lineup: Warm Silver, Obsidian Black and Ocean Blue.

Turns out there’s a Warm Silver 70D parked at Tesla’s Fremont factory. With Brown gone from the color lineup, Warm Silver sort of steps in as its replacement.

Below you’ll find images of the Warm Silver Model S 70D, and at the bottom a picture of all 3 of the new colors together.

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

Warm Silver Tesla Model S 70D

 

Tesla Now Offers 3 New Colors - Warm Silver, Obsidian Black and Ocean Blue (all for a $1,000 premium)

Tesla Now Offers 3 New Colors – Warm Silver, Obsidian Black and Ocean Blue (all for a $1,000 premium)

*70D images via Jack Brown, creator of this nifty and extremely useful hang tag for electric cars.  If interested, you can purchase the hang tag on Etsy here.

 

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22 Comments on "Tesla Model S 70D In New Warm Silver Color – Live Images"

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That is a great looking car.

Love the hang tag. I could throw away my handwritten note.

Cavaron

Nice hang tag… but wouldn’t work in europe, where most chargers keep the Type2 cable locked even when finished charging. It’s not even theft-protection, because the cars keep the cables locked too.

Some but not all Type-2 chargers release the cable lock on their end.

pjwood1

Time for a new interior color, maybe? Darker?

Mister G

Warm silver…looks more titanium to me.

Miggy

Agree, what a sexy car. I think the 70D will start to out sell the 85’s.

V. Bowman

Wow! I’m rather surprised at how much I actually like this oddly named color. It’s certainly not a name that I would expect to look SO good on the S…and yet I’m very drawn to it’s warmth! 🙂 And yes, the hang tag is an awesome idea…and well crafted/designed too!

Anon

Seen this color somewhere before. Hmmm. Gonna call it, “Model X Metallic Beige”.

It does look nice on a Model S, too. 😉

http://images.dailytech.com/nimage/model_x_big_2.jpg

Acevolt

That’s the nicest Model X picture I have seen. The vehicle actually looks pretty good.

sven

Proper fitting the rear doors and no side view mirrors help.

vdiv

Many people call this color “Champagne” Not sure naming a car’s color after an alcohol drink is a wise move though 😉

jeff

An amazing offering. I’ve been checking the used Tesla’s. This is by far a better deal with NO MILES and new!!

EVer

I’ll take that stunning Red, no color beats red

this new color is boring and bland, the road is full of boring and bland cars, i want to drive an eye catching/exciting color

Warren

Don’t give a rat’s behind about colors. But I would like to know if all the AWD models now have only one motor per gearbox. If so, I completely missed that.

I suspect the RWD will be going away as soon as they clear them out of inventory. What a brilliant way to deal with the overworked gearbox problem!

Kacey Green

Of course, they’re on each axle, you’d need two reduction gearsets to go it without a driveshaft

S'toon

That paint which they’re calling Warm Silver looks more like the colour Tesla’s calling Titanium Metallic in their design studio. Looks better in the pics than the design studio.

S’Toon – Warm silver was a short lied name that was replaced with Titanium Metallic, which is kind of funny, because I just rode a $12,000 titanium mountain bike a couple of weeks ago in a race and it was just a dull grey.