T Sportline, the world’s first Tesla tuner, collaborated with Al&Eds in West Hollywood, CA to build the “world’s most expensive Tesla Model S.”
Starting with the exterior, T Sportline supplied its 4-piece carbon fiber sports package consisting of a re-designed front apron that replaces the OEM factory plastic piece below the front bumper. At the rear of the car there is a revised spoiler and bumper complete with a built in diffuser, parts which replace the OEM factory parts.
Being that the car is factory blue, T Sportline felt the Model S was best contrasted by its Ghost Gold Limited Edition wheels in 21×9.0″ front and 21×9.5″ rear. The Model S retains the factory P85+ tires from Michelin; 245/35-21″ front and 265/35-21″ rear. To improve vehicle stance, the Model S was lowered 1 inch with T Sportline’s lowering hardware kit.
Interior enhancements from T Sportline included a complete 5-piece floor mat set for the front compartment, passenger cabin and the trunk.