Good news: you won’t need to hold up until 2020 to attempt another Tesla-marked ride. Be that as it may, you might need to figure out how to hang ten first. Tesla has discreetly presented a limited run (only 200 units) surfboard that matches the organization’s vehicle tasteful to a tee, including its red-and-black shading and clues of carbon fiber (for this situation, to strengthen the deck).
Normally, it’ll fit inside the Model 3 and Tesla’s other existing autos. Also, this is anything but an easygoing effort – Tesla had the assistance of Lost Surfboards and expert board creator Matt Biolos, so this design ought to cut the waves pleasantly.
They describe the board on their website:
“Designed by the Tesla Design Studio in collaboration with Lost Surfboards and Matt “Mayhem” Biolos, surfboard shaper for World Surf League Championship athletes. The Limited Edition Tesla Surfboard features a mix of the same high-quality matte and gloss finishes used on all our cars. The deck is reinforced with light-weight “Black Dart” carbon fiber, inspired by the interiors in our cars, and featuring tonal logos in subtle contrast gloss.”
There’s only one fundamental issue you can’t get it any longer. Regardless of whether the $1,500 cost didn’t give you stop (it likely didn’t on the off chance that you can bear the cost of a Tesla vehicle), the hand crafted board sold out not long after it showed up in the store.
Indeed, even the Boring Company flamethrower took a couple of days to offer out, for setting. In case you’re resolved to get a surfboard that matches your EV, you’ll likely need to make a, sweet offer to pry this out of a proprietor’s hands.
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