You can’t go wrong with any of these picks for yourself or the Tesla owner in your life.
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Since the Model Y has a hitch with this fancy cover that’s kind of a pain to remove, we made these custom pry tools. They work better than universal tools and they’re compact so you can keep them in the car.
A wireless gamepad is a great way to pass the time while you’re Supercharging. This one is simple to use, fits in the glovebox, and works with all the games in Tesla Arcade. If you don’t plan to use it often, Energizer Ultimate lithium batteries are a better choice since they last longer in storage and they won’t leak acid when they die. Check out our review video for more.
Tesla removed the option to have wireless phone charging in the Model Y and Model 3 docks when they added USB-C. If you prefer wired charging over wireless for your phone, our wired phone fast charging kit enables USB-C PD charging up 27W for one phone. You can pair it with a Jeda Hub to add more ports for additional phones, TeslaCam, USB music, and gamepads.
Speaking of Sentry/TeslaCam, dashcams are notorious for wearing out flash drives because they write to them constantly. A high endurance microSD card rated for thousands of hours of continuous writes is a superior choice and 128GB is a great size.
A USB adapter that can seamlessly connect to your car with USB and then connect to your phone is the best way to ensure that your video files are accessible when you need them most. Check out our guide for detailed instructions and recommendations for most devices.
This high-quality blueprint is a unique addition to any Model 3 fan’s office or home. It’s made to look similar to sketches and notes that Leonardo da Vinci made of his designs. Adding a matted frame bumps this into the $70 price range, but makes it a nice gift.
The center console in the Model 3 and Y is a magnet for fingerprints and scratches, but a vinyl wrap can take care of that. We’ve used several kits now and Nikola Pro’s is our favorite by far because it has a great system to help you line everything up perfectly.
For whatever reasons, the Model 3 and Y have great cupholders in the back, but the front cup holders are just too big, at least for the cups we usually put in them. Here’s a nice solution.
Get the performance look on the non-performance Model 3 and Y with a set of aluminum pedal covers. They look great and give the pedals a nice, solid feel. Check out our installation video for more details. For the Model 3 only, an aluminum dead pedal covers finishes the look.
We love our SnapPlate removable front license plate mounts because they’re so easy to attach and remove and they leave nothing behind when they’re off. Check out the details in our store.
Since the Model 3 doesn’t have a spare tire, a tire repair kit could keep a bad day from turning worse by letting you repair a tire in a few minutes rather than waiting for roadside assistance. You’ll need a compressor to fill the tire back up, so together, a “No Spare Tire Kit” is money well spent. This duo fits perfectly in the left storage area of the trunk.
When it comes to mud and snow, there’s no substitute for a good set of all-weather floor mats. We really like the soft-touch rubber finish Taptes mats and also the ruggedness and good looks of Tesmanians. Either will do the job for a reasonable price and you can spend a bit more and protect the trunks as well.
For maximum protection from the elements, the TUXMAT floor mats have no equal. They offer full coverage for the harshest conditions of mud and snow and they have a luxurious look as well. They’re highly recommended.
If you’re used to driving luxury cars and are disappointed in the sportier ride of the Model 3 and Model Y, there’s hope in Redwood Motorsports Grand Touring Suspension kit. They’re fully adjustable in height and also ride comfort and use top-tier components to significantly improve handling and ride comfort at the same time. Their Model 3 kit is ready to go and the Model Y is coming soon. This kind of luxury doesn’t come cheap, but it’s worth it.