Tesla Model X Gets Tuned by European Expert; Will Customized Tesla X Be Trending Among Car Owners? [VIDEO]

Dec 15, 2016 05:51 AM EST | Leonora Puno

A Tesla Model X tuned by European tuner Vilner of Unplugged Performance was showcased in the 2016 SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Nevada. Considered as the fastest and most capable electric SUV to date, the tuning that the car got from Vilner made it the most outstanding car displayed in the show. 

The Tesla Model X was tuned to have a quieter cabin based on what the owner wanted, and to do this, the whole interior of the car was disassembled in order to increase insulation. This made it the quietest Tesla Model X in the whole world, according to Auto Guide. Aside from adding insulators, the carpet edges and seat belts were given a turquoise accent, the color that can be considered as the hue of electricity.

Unplugged Performance was the first after-market firm to tinker with the Tesla Model X and to ensure perfect results; the company unveiled its upgrade package designed for this car alone. After the tuning, the front now sports a bold look with its custom-made bumper and angular fog light surround. The car was fitted with painted bespoke wheels while the rear end proudly shows off a bigger bumper with diffuser package, decklid spoiler and blackout badges, according to Car Scoops.

Unplugged Performance specializes in customizing Tesla models and has been known for their excellent design and craftsmanship as they give the best upgrades to an already superior vehicle like the Tesla Model X, according to Unplugged. With hundreds of thousands of Tesla Model X cars sold all over the world, many owners prefer to make their cars more special by giving them a new look and new ambiance.

Car owners who had their Tesla Model X car upgraded by Unplugged Performance are now experiencing the best performance that the Tesla Model X can offer and more.

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