Tesla Model 3 wheels, lowering and styling options
The Tesla Model 3 production began in mid-2017. The base Model 3 delivers an EPA-rated all-electric range of 272 miles and the Long Range version delivers 358 miles. According to Tesla, the Model 3 carries full self-driving hardware, with periodic software updates adding functionality.
Since early 2020, the Model 3 is the best-selling electric car in world history, and in June 2021 became the first electric car to pass the 1 million global sales milestone. The Model 3 has been the world's top-selling plug-in electric car (PEV) for three years running, from 2018 to 2020.
The easiest (and arguably one of the best) ways to personalise your Tesla is with a new set of wheels. Sure, the Tesla wheel options from the factory are nice, but why blend in with the thousands of other Teslas on the road? Transform your Model 3, make it a little more personal, a little more bespoke. Swapping wheels takes just one hour, and of course, you can hang on to your Tesla wheels to swap them back when you come to sell the car. And the OE ones might fetch a nice price if you want to sell them online!
After wheels, you have some options on which route you want to go down, depending on what you find the most pleasing. Lowering the ride height to remove some of the arch gaps, and lowering the centre of gravity to improve the handling of the car is one option. The other is to customise the exterior of the car with some simple, affordable bolt-on mods. We recommend Maxton Design for stylish splitters, skirts and valences, as well as spoiler caps and side splitters. If you want to invest in a more luxury option, speak to our specialists about a Carbon Fibre body kit. A Model 3 Carbon Fibre body kit is a truly handsome upgrade.
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