Aftermarket Carbon-Fiber Parts are now available from Koenigsegg.
Aftermarket Carbon-Fiber Parts For Teslas Are Now Available From Koenigsegg.
Koenigsegg is serious about carbon fiber. Take a careful look at any Swedish supercar company’s masterpieces, and you’ll see how much work goes into every thread.
Koenigsegg’s carbon is perfectly aligned and wonderfully manufactured, whether monocoques, body panels, or wheels. It’s one of the main reasons its vehicles sell out so quickly.
Previously, if you wanted a Koenigsegg car with carbon fiber, you’d have to pay several hundred thousand dollars.
However, to take advantage of Koenigsegg’s ultra-high-quality carbon, all you’ll need now is a Tesla.
This is now possible thanks to a new partnership between Koenigsegg Advanced Manufacturing and Tesla tuner Unplugged Performance.
Unplugged Performance is one of the most popular aftermarket Tesla parts providers, offering high-performance brake systems, suspension upgrades, and external alterations, among other things.
It’s also the company behind the 2021 attempt on Pikes Peak by a heavily modified Model S Plaid.
According to Electrek, Unplugged Performance is an officially authorized service provider for Tesla automobiles.
As a result, it’s only natural that Koenigsegg would partner with it to supply parts to customers.
Unplugged Performance is releasing a limited number of carbon-fiber spoilers for the Model S, Model 3, and Model X as part of the launch.
In addition, for the Model 3, carbon-fiber front fenders are also available.
The spoilers cost between $1745 and $2495 per set, while the fenders cost $8895 before taxes and shipping.
However, it starts to make sense when you consider that the parts are produced from Koenigsegg’s patented carbon-fiber weave and are built on the same manufacturing line as the aerodynamic characteristics intended for Koenigsegg’s newest hypercar.
However, Unplugged Performance wants to introduce more parts in conjunction with Koenigsegg later in 2022.