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Up Close and Personal With a Quicksilver Model Y: From Giga Berlin

Quicksilver is one of the new Tesla vehicle colors from Giga Berlin. Here's one up close and personal.

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Quicksilver Model Y From Giga Berlin

Quicksilver is a glossy and fancy gray color that the Giga Berlin factory offers for the Tesla Model Y. It's a one of a kind color because no other Giga factory for Tesla offers this color. You can see this vehicle here from the "Tesla Cars Only" Twitter account:

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If you want to add the Quicksilver paint option, it will cost around 3,000 Euros or $3,200. If you wanted to get the Midnight Cherry Red paint, it's 3,200 Euros or $3,400 for that.

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What Other Colors Are There?

Tesla has a variety of colors from its Giga factories. Giga Berlin has these options:

* Quicksilver
* Midnight Cherry Red
* Deep Crimson Multi-Coat
* Pearl White Multi-Coat
* Solid Black
* Abyss Blue Multi-Coat

Giga Shanghai has these colors:

* Solid Black
* Pearl White Multi-Coat
* Midnight Silver Metallic
* Deep Sea Blue Metallic
* China Red
* Cold Light Silver Metallic
* Midnight Cherry Red

Fremont and Giga Texas in the U.S. have these colors:

* Solid Black
* Pearl White Multi-Coat
* Midnight Silver Metallic
* Deep Blue Metallic
* Red Multi-Coat

What's interesting to note is that the Cybertruck will be released without a paint color, and I think it's possible that the upcoming hatchback/compact SUB and sedan may not have paint options either in order to keep the cost low.

If Tesla makes a dedicated Robotaxi vehicle, I think, in order to mass produce this vehicle, if its sole purpose is giving people rides, that they may not give this paint either.

What do you think about the Quicksilver color from Tesla? Are there any other colors Tesla should add to their vehicle lineup?

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Jeremy Johnson is a Tesla investor and supporter. He first invested in Tesla in 2017 after years of following Elon Musk and admiring his work ethic and intelligence. Since then, he's become a Tesla bull, covering anything about Tesla he can find, while also dabbling in other electric vehicle companies. Jeremy covers Tesla developments at Torque News. You can follow him on Twitter or LinkedIn to stay in touch and follow his Tesla news coverage on Torque News.

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