Competition Carbon’s Widebody Tesla Model S Plaid Throws Out The Rule Book


Competition Carbon has taken this year’s SEMA Show by storm and unveiled its insane bodykit for the Tesla Model S.

The car, unveiled at the Toyo Tires booth, was first previewed in a series of detailed renderings in April. The kit has been designed for the flagship Model S Plaid and gives it the bold looks it needs to match its supercar-beating performance.

Read: Tesla Model S Plaid Is No Longer A Sleeper With This New Widebody Kit

Almost every single body panel of the Model S has been changed by Competition Carbon. The front end is particularly wild and includes a distinctive hood, a pronounced splitter, enlarged air intakes, and flared wheel arches that drastically alter the stance of the car on the road.

The dramatic new shape of the front wheel arches are particularly visible when the car is viewed from the side and extend down into new side skirts. Elsewhere, the all-conquering EV is rocking a set of deep-dish aftermarket wheels and also rocks flared rear wheel arches to match those at the rear. Importantly, these arches don’t look like they’ve just been bolted on without any care for the finished result and instead, smoothly flow into the new rear bumper.

Speaking of the rear bumper, it is far more dramatic in its shape than anything Tesla itself would create and has been complemented by a pronounced carbon fiber diffuser. Completing the visual alterations is an aggressive rear lip spoiler.

Competition Carbon has not yet announced pricing or availability details about the kit.


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