Tesla unveiled the Model S P100D recently and RevoZport is one of the first tuners to propose a tailored made suit to fit the “world’s quickest production car”.
The Model S looks fairly aggressive without the fake, large front grille, but it doesn’t really show-off its brute power. We know the vehicle’s 100kWh battery pack is good for an EPA-estimated 289 miles (542 km on the EU cycle), and for a 2.5 seconds 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) time.
It will undoubtedly surpass the P90D’s performance stats while looking like any other Model S – that’s if RevoZport won’t take care of its exterior.
The tuner created a subtle yet very brawny R Zentric visual kit for the electric car, consisting of a front splitter, rear diffuser, and new side skirts. Unlike the Model S’ design elements, which were planned to offer a low drag coefficient, RevoZport’s R Zentric package was said to have been conceived to act as a ground effect unit, allowing higher downforce. Additionally, fender flares were added, as well as a carbon trunk spoiler.
And then there’s the interior; some people complained that the inside doesn’t reflect the vehicle’s price range (especially when it comes to the $120,000+ variants), but RevoZport added some novelty items to spice up the atmosphere. Whether we’re talking about the rear entertainment console that offers support for an iPad Mini (and cup holders) or about the carbon-fiber and leather trimmings, the new cabin represents a leap from the factory variant.