I think the y looks the best in white with the 19"
I changed my order from grey with the 19” wheels to white, but I’m still undecided about the colour.
Thinking of perhaps getting the 19” Uberturbine replicas from TSportline: https://tsportline.com/products/tsv-tesla-model-y-19-inch-wheel-set-of-4
When cars like the AWD ID.4 cost over £50k now, I don’t think it’s priced badly for the package. The Mach-E is now nigh on £60k for the long range AWD version.
In reality they could all do with coming down in price but I can’t see it happening and time soon. They seem to be going up in price as I don’t remember these two cars costing that much before.
Forget the ID.4. Q4 etron starts at £42,500 if we start talking brand power. Loads of options and variants available to go mid £65k of course but I think this is actually what the general public want / are used to.
Y will be interesting, it’s priced to be premium / performance but then doesn’t give the usual configuration experience. For some that will be refreshing. Price may well exclude it from many company car schemes where model 3 is making huge volume of registrations.
maybe - new vegan options like vw/polestar, if they're like alcantara, are a lot more cosseting&warm to touch; plus many of the leathers, like BMW basic are split hide with a polymer coating, so not like full cow/aniline lifetime/sofa at home experience - leather steering wheels excepeted.I also don't get the idea that anyone who drives and EV would automatically not want leather as an option (EV 6).
maybe - new vegan options like vw/polestar, if they're like alcantara, are a lot more cosseting&warm to touch; plus many of the leathers, like BMW basic are split hide with a polymer coating, so not like full cow/aniline lifetime/sofa at home experience - leather steering wheels excepeted.
you'd assume they had now addressed those traditional vegan concerns - ironically/topically maybe not V
I'm expecting some vegans to have a smooth/non-fibrous surface
The seats are pretty robust tbh, my kids spill stuff on them regularly and the dog does it's best to destroy them with it's sharp nails. I've always been impressed that all they ever need is a vacuum and wipe over.
The media really does print some amount of sh*** when it comes to Tesla. Could you see them printing stuff like this if a BMW has something wrong with it's seats? I highly doubt it.