Tesla: Ultra Red Color
Tesla has a red color that was available for the Model S and Model X vehicles in the U.S. for $2,000, but that color has been discontinued in favor of an ultra red color. This color looks even better and is more in line with the midnight cherry red color available at Giga Berlin.
Here's what the old red color looked like:
Here's what the new ultra red color looks like:
Here's what the midnight cherry red color looks like:
It's smart for Tesla to upgrade its colors. If there's one thing about Tesla vehicles that needs to be done, it is the ability for someone to distinguish their own Tesla from others and this ultra red, which is $3,000, allows an owner to do that.
Most Tesla colors I see are white because that paint color is free. The second most common is the midnight silver metallic color. Paint options and other ways to add decal or customizations to your Tesla will help create variety for other people.
I am seeing more and more Tesla vehicles on the roads and in parking lots. Where I would only see one or two, I am now counting 5 or 6 when I park at the gym or in busy areas. I see this number continuing to increase over time.
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What is the philosophy or reason that people like red cars. First, they look sleek and cool, but there is more to it than that.
A red car is often associated with passion, Energy, and excitement, which may be why some people are drawn to red cars.
Red is a bold and attention-grabbing color, making it a popular choice for people who want their car to stand out on the road.
Owning a red car can be a symbol of status or success. Red sports cars, in particular, are often associated with luxury and high performance, which can be appealing to those who value those qualities.
For cultural significance, red cars have been featured prominently in popular media, such as in movies and TV shows, where they are often depicted as being fast, sleek, and powerful. This can further contribute to the allure of red cars for some people.
Would you buy a Tesla with this new ultra red color?
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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.