Unplugged Performance Reveals Tricked Out Tesla Model 3

2 months ago by Eric Loveday 18

Unplugged Performance Tesla Model 3

Tesla tuner Unplugged Performance has just revealed its first images of its tricked-out Tesla Model 3.

The tuner states:

Debut image of the Unplugged Performance (UP) Model 3 Performance complete vehicle program.

Accepting early reservations at Info@UnpluggedPerformance.com

From the images, it looks like the package includes a body kit, wheels, upgraded brakes and an optional rear wing, at the very least.

Unplugged Performance Tesla Model 3

Unplugged Performance issued this statement:

“While Tesla desires to make the Model 3 as rapidly and inexpensively as possible, the Unplugged Performance variant Model 3 will be made slowly, in an artisan fashion befitting of a Supercar experience.”

“The Unplugged Performance Model 3 will be the car Tesla does not want to make themselves: An ultra-low production, artisan made specialty vehicle for a limited audience of motoring enthusiasts.”

The tuner adds that parts will be available individually, as well.

Unplugged says that it will produce three packages for the Model 3, with the top one being called “P.” This package will include a re-tuned suspension, custom interior detailing and so on.

Unplugged Performance CEO Ben Schaffer says that each tuned Model 3 will be “one of a kind,” adding that customers will be “involved in interior material selections, colors, stitching detail, exterior color, body design specification, wheel design specification and custom tailored performance attributes to each owner’s driving preference.”

Pricing has not yet been announced. You can check out Unplugged Performance’s website here to stay up to date or its Facebook page here for more info.

Source: Unplugged Performance via Teslarati

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18 responses to "Unplugged Performance Reveals Tricked Out Tesla Model 3"

  1. (⌐■_■) Trollnonymous says:

    If all that adds weight and wind drag………..NO THANKS!

    1. L'amata says:

      Aside all that it Cheapens the car’s looks .No Thanks ! for me too…

  2. Will says:

    Tesla will block them by making their own P versions of the 3

  3. James says:

    When will such companies offer real performance?

    I dig individuality, but why a big spoiler to create drag and reduce AER?

    I can only hope for range upfitter kits. Spoilers and wheels caught my fancy back when, today range and faster, better charging would turn me on.

    1. JimInAuburn says:

      Yeah, maybe someone will make a giant battery that you connect to the top of the car and plug into the cigarette lighter. Kind of like you do with a cell phone case that has a extended battery in it.

  4. James says:

    I am glad, however, that aftermarket companies are giving Tesla some love. This means they feel they can profit from such endeavors. It also says the market views Tesla as exciting.

    Think we’ll ever see LEAF, Bolt or Ioniq performance kits? Not on your life.

    1. john Doe says:

      I know there are starting to come kits for Bolt and Ionic. Have not seen any for Leaf yet.
      I think it is a good sign that they offer part for EVs, as it shows the numbers of cars sold is enough (or they think it will be enough) to make money.
      People have different tast. Some pay more to stand out, and may care less about how it affects performance.

  5. Mark C says:

    I love that color!

    1. (⌐■_■) Trollnonymous says:

      that is a color that you can find quickly in a parking lot.

  6. Bacardi says:

    Ultra expensive, might as well get a S/X…

    They’re currently selling 2 sets of wheels and a $495 set of titanium lugnuts for the M3…Wheels range from $6,495.00 – $8,705.00…


  7. MTN Ranger says:

    Dropped so low that front wheels can’t turn – check. Ricey spoiler – check. Gag inducing color – check. Superfluous angles in body kit – check.

    1. Murrysville EV says:

      Yeah, but it’s one of a kind… for snowflake ricer racer types.

  8. Koenigsegg says:

    Stupid useless ricer wing.

    Rear Lips aka Spoilers are the only”wing” appropriate, especially on a sedan.

    But the color is lovely

    1. Rick James says:

      Yuck. Reminds me of..

  9. John says:

    Are these hairdos for people’s ego? Quite expensive and useless‼

  10. Kuk says:

    Another cheezy junk with no performance at all.

  11. Murrysville EV says:

    Who would buy this thing as a used car?

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