I Gave my Tesla a Facelift!!! Update to 2013 Model S Front Fascia

I Gave my Tesla a Facelift!!! Update to 2013 Model S Front Fascia

99 thoughts on “I Gave my Tesla a Facelift!!! Update to 2013 Model S Front Fascia

  1. Unfortunately I find the old "nose" better looking. Newer doesn't necessary mean better (or in this case more beautiful). But this one still looks way better then the fugly nose of a model 3.

  2. Personally I like the old look better. People will probably say it's just because I'm used to seeing car grills, but I think the shape has a lot to do with it. With the crease down the center of the new one it almost looks like a giant pair of lips. Old one looks classier to me. New one looks too plain.

  3. Thanks for the video and the walk around shots. Looks great head on, but I really wish the profile view where the old hood/emblem/new bumper meet didnt look like serious under bite. $4500 vs cost of new car is pretty good.

  4. I just watched this bc it’s a face lift. But then u said ur not a car guy. OHHH SO UR ONE OF THOSE TESLA GUYS. US “GAS GUZZLERS” SHOULD DIE? SEE U ON THE TRACK MR ALL ELECTRIC.

  5. Hi, just wondering if buying a used Model s @ around 55 grand and doing this is actually cheaper than just buying new base Model s?

  6. hey, i just met your wife yesterday at the san juan supercharger, and chatted for a bit. i noticed you dont have autopilot on the model s. i'm in the same boat, but upgrading to OPENPILOT by comma A.I. for under $1000, have you heard of them?? you can add "openpilot" to almost any new car and have the car drive itself.

  7. Wait what? 1400 usd for painting just one part? you must be crazy. Its 3000 – 3600 + 1400 + work, thats atleast 5000 usd for new front. LOL

  8. Looks nice, but I'm not going buy it because I'll still have to order a paint and so on. Too much job after you already paid money. No offense​ it's a nice product, but I would prefer to buy and install, instead of buy, buy a paint, find a mechanic who'll do that, pay for the labor… nah.

  9. People have to remember there isn't a real large consumer base for this so of course they need to charge a bit more. It's a lot of BS to have those made. If it was really that easy, why isn't anyone in the comments having it made and sold? All this 9000% markup talk yet everyone just complains in the comments and doesn't cash in?

  10. Hi, how is it going. I am thinking of the same modification. May I know if the new front face works well? Do you find any issue on it?

  11. Unplugged is offering Teslanomics subscribers a discount on the new front fascia in celebration of delivering 500 of them. Use code "sullinsearlyaccess" at the link below to get $500 off retail, and enjoy!


  12. Saw the video, thought that is a great idea! Watched the video and clicked the link…..hahahahahahahahaha I almost subscribed to this channel, but this video proves this guy is in just for the take. But wait…..there's free shipping! Oh, well that makes it a good deal. Come on Ben, videos like this only point at your credibility. You basically got free or reduced product to endorse.

  13. Do you have auto pilot? If not, how does that integration look and work with the sensors / radar? It would have been good to show your after market front end compared to Tesla's new front.

  14. I just made an appt to put their new Model 3 front fascia on my Performance model 3 and getting it lowered a little bit.

  15. I have a Tesla model S p85, does anyone know where I can get a cheaper front bumper? I’d rather not drop 3 racks on a bumper when I redid most of my M6 body for 4 racks.

  16. a 2015 tesla goes for about 45k and a 2017 goes for about 55k. why not just buy the 2017 instead of buying the 2015 and spending 4500 on a new bumper and 600 on the center console.

  17. Everyone talking about price in this video doesn't realize that this is basically a brand deal. He probably got this done cheaper or completely free..

  18. A mean, if you're really that concerned about it looking like a 2016 model and up, and you have the cash, then yeah. I'm still queasy on the price

  19. Thanks for sharing the cost to upgrade the fascia. At $4500, it's a bit pricey. But, alot cheaper compared to trading it in. It does look good and happy to know old model S' can upgrade it's appearance to look newer.

  20. You know what funny? People want to change it
    But 30 years or 20 years after
    If you want to have this old version it can be expensive
    And some people who still have it will be proud to say I have this version

    Imagine if someone still have the first personal computer today he is proud

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