Your Tesla Needs Paint Protection
Teslas heralded the future of EVs. We all know that reducing our dependency on foreign oil, eliminating greenhouse gas production, and relocating vehicle production into North America are important; and Tesla works towards all these things. Furthermore, West Coasters are known for the early adoption of green technologies. These are all reasons why Teslas are becoming ever more common on the streets of Victoria. (And we’d be remiss to forget that they can lay down a pretty impressive 0-100km). Regardless of the reasons behind their popularity, it’s clear that Teslas are here to stay.
When Tesla made the move from ultra-low volume sports cars to more mass production, customers began sharing that the cars were being delivered with “soft paint”. This is often caused by not letting the paint properly cure before storing outside, but no one really knows the reason. No matter the reason, it’s a pretty significant vulnerability and needs to be addressed. The good news is that Xpel Paint Protection Films are an easy aftermarket solution that will make your paint nearly invincible.
Even though Tesla has been orienting more towards average consumers, rather than just the high-end market, they are still very expensive vehicles. When you compare the outright cost of the vehicle with the cost of a PPF wrap on the most vulnerable parts, the equation is a no-brainer: you need to get PPF for your Tesla. PPF will let you maintain a perfect factory finish for the life of your vehicle and never worry about scrapes or scratches again. Xpel films are self-healing and come in a variety of options and price points. Just give us a shout, and we can help you figure out exactly what protective films your car needs.