Tesla is introducing a few updates for the interior of the Model S and Model X, giving more options to prospective buyers of the high-performance EVs.
Most accent trim pieces in the interior of the Tesla Model S and Model X will be using a new, darker graphite finish and that applies to all interior options, Electrek reports.
Tesla will also offer the new and lighter ‘Oak Décor’ trim which is part of the ‘Cream Premium’ interior option to all versions, bar the P100D models.
The Black Textile pack is now also unavailable for the range-topping Model S and X, as Tesla is looking into way to streamline its production process. The EV maker started bundling interior finish options last year for the same reason.
Tesla’s current bundle interior options for the Model S and X
That has resulted in buyers having fewer ways to spec the interior of their new Tesla, with the company claiming that the current available options have been put together by using years of sales data and choosing the most popular combos.
According to the same report, Tesla said that the changes to the interior options are effective immediately and that current orders still in pre-production are being updated.
As for the Model 3, customers wishing to get a white interior will have to wait a little longer as Tesla will make the option available during the second half of the year. Currently the only interior option for the entry-level Tesla is black faux-leather upholstery.