Tesla Model X | SV-F2 | Savini Wheels

Thanks to new advances in modern automotive technology, we’ve now hit the era where we’ll be seeing more and more electric vehicles on the roads. All of the biggest names in the automotive industry are offering electric models, including high-end names like Ferrari (with Lamborghini teasing us with several electric options that will someday hit the streets). But none are quite as well known as Tesla’s Model X, one of the first to introduce us to the electric car of the future back in 2012.

These days, more and more people have acknowledged the true beauty and benefits of owning an electric vehicle, and we’ve been noticing an increase in Tesla Model X wheel inquires. While the Tesla Model X has sleek looks straight from the factory, this particular owner wanted something that would for sure turn heads and wrapped it in a psychedelic color-changing wrap. Because the Tesla is still a luxury model, it needs to look good, so we added a set of 22″ Satin Bronze SV-F2 wheels for better performance and style!

Tesla Model S | Black di Forza BM12 | Savini Wheels | PTAP

We’ve been noticing more Tesla Model S vehicles on the road lately and so have PTAP, who recently customized their very own Model S. More and more drivers are opting to go green and the Model S is the perfect ride to do that in since it doesn’t compromise style or performance even though it’s an electric vehicle. As an evolution in automobile engineering, the advanced electric powertrain in the Model S is unlike any other combustion engine since it only has one moving piece, the rotor, which allows it to go hit 60 mph in as little as 3.1 seconds and still provide a silent and smooth ride. In terms of looks, the sedan is already a stunning machine on the road, but PTAP enhanced it’s styling by wrapping it with a 3M brush titanium wrapped custom painting its logos. It’s also features a tint with LLumar film and rocks a set of Black di Forza BMW 22×9 front and 22×10.5 rear wheels in a blue finish. For more info, visit PTAP’s site PTAP.