People who are willing to spend over $100,000 on a top-of-the-line personal vehicle are probably pretty likely to have strong opinions about what they want and what they don’t want. High-trim Tesla Model X buyers are probably no exception.
A rather striking carbon fiber overhaul of the Model X interior undertaken by our friends over at Unplugged Performance is now on the market for those who want that special design. Unplugged Performance recently posted photos of the job on the Tesla Motors Club forum, along with the following lead-in:
“We recently took on the challenging task of upgrading the interior of a Model X. Our overseas customer came to us only wanting the best, so he purchased his X through our complete car program and let us tear apart his brand new P90D. We started out by completely pulling apart the interior. Anyone who knows us knows we have an affinity for carbon fiber. We’ve been in the business of making our own dry carbon fiber components for years so we spared no expense removing all the plastic from the interior and converting them to carbon. We replaced everything from the seat backs to the floor and falcon wing door trim with dry carbon fiber.”
It’s a striking upgrade. I rather like it.