Vilner attempts to liven up Tesla Model 3 cabin with wool and wood
Ever since the Tesla Model 3 debuted in March 2016, people have been quarreling about its interior design quality. Some praise it for being ‘perfectly clean’, while others denounce it as ‘plain and boring’. Bulgarian tuner Vilner decided to spruce things up a bit for the latter category of clientele.
As you can see on the photos, the EV now boasts an appealing turquoise/orange contrast trim with a wood finish on the dashboard and hound’s-tooth pattern on the seat upholstery.
The tuner used nature-friendly imitation leather alongside wool for the project. The middles of the seats and headrests, the center console, the pillars and the doors are turquoise, and the sun visors, the safety belts and the steering wheel are orange. The resulting contrast is rather compelling, indeed.
So, how do you like this Tesla? Does it have that ‘warm and cozy’ feeling now?
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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