This episode I grab a few accessories at once and install all together. Its the rear Tesla 3 emblem scuff plates, the chrome foot pedals and foot rest as well as the front Tesla emblem puddle lights. A nice couple of additions to the already amazing and sexy looking car.
Our second review of comparing new EV vehicles to our Tesla M3 is the Jaguar I-Pace. We visit the Gwinnett location to take a look at the features as well as test drive the vehicle to see if this would be a good alternative to the upcoming Model Y.
Today Alicia and I go to the Audi dealership in Duluth to check out the Audi E-tron SUV. Alicia wanted to see and touch the vehicle because it was supposed to be one of the Tesla Killers. I on the other hand wanted to see if it was just another SUV or something we would consider other than something from the Tesla fleet.
We have been asked what happens if you have problems with your Tesla. I asked like what. Well, Flat tires, won’t start, screen, errors, hardware issues on the car. So the main thing that came to mind for me is there is no spare. So what do you do. We go into the options a Tesla owner has when it comes to these types of emergencies.
Continuing from our last episode. We all purchased the USB lights for the rear seats from RPM Tesla. Now this was easy peasy lemon squeezy. The great thing about this was, you can select your own color based on your interior or just the car in particle. Nice touch
This week since I began highlighting my M3 with red accessories. I decided to change the front under the dash ambient lighting to red bulbs. These are made by RPM Tesla which I have purchased many other accessories from. Matching the mats and everything else I thought this would be another exciting addition to the car.
After grabbing hold to numerous accessories I put on my Model 3. I started to look for some unique items for the car. This episode I install a natural air freshener that does great things for the environment as well. The company is called Scent Wedge and they come in a pack of scented (oil induced) wood wedges. I try them out while appreciating their environmental goal as well.
Weeks after getting our brand new Tesla Model 3. We decided not toffy to Florida for our annual cruise. We planned a road trip to Ft. Lauderdale. This was the perfect opportunity to see what everyone was talking about when you have to make stops and use chargers along the way as well as how well the Autopilot works. Heres our trip.
Welcome to our first introduction to our YouTube show/podcast of our experience with being Black people owning a Tesla. It became an odd experience running in to people of multiple races asking how did you get a Tesla or why do you have a Tesla. So we decided to add this to part of our podcast network to answer questions and just talk about how owning this car and being part of the Tesla family has changed our life
12-way power adjustable front and rear heated seats
Premium audio – 14 speakers, 1 subwoofer, 2 amps, and immersive sound
Premium Connectivity (1 year included):
Music and media over Bluetooth®
LED fog lamps
Tinted glass roof with ultraviolet and infrared protection
Auto dimming, power folding, heated side mirrors
Custom driver profiles
Center console with storage, 4 USB ports and docking for 2 smartphones