As evidenced by both the Model X and the Model 3, Tesla's design language is definitely trending toward a grille-less front end, possibly in an effort to squeeze as much aerodynamic efficiency out of the car as possible.
(Elon Musk has said that he hopes for an impressively low 0.21 coefficient of drag for the Model 3.) It's a look that takes a little bit of getting used to — but judging from Model 3 pre-orders, it's certainly not deterring very many people.
Properly vented soffits create the necessary positive air flow, from the intake at the soffits to the exhaust through the roof vents.
A poorly vented attic will also cause plywood to deteriorate and reduce the life expectancy of your shingles.
Karstyle’s aftermarket body kit seems to provide good bang for your buck to those previous generation Model S owners that want to stay in the game.
, the nosecone-free front aero kit designed and manufactured by the Hawthorne, California based tuner who incidentally is located next door to Tesla’s own Design Center, provides a distinctive and modern look to the Model S.
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Notably missing from this week's Model S update is the rumored 100k Wh battery, which would improve the vehicle's range.
Musk noted on a call last year that he expects battery packs to continue improving in capacity over a model's life, and it's possible — if not very likely — that the 100k Wh model will be coming soon.
From the photo showing a side-by-side comparison of the Karstyle Facelift versus the official Tesla Model S front-end, one can see that the aftermarket company has been able to mimic Tesla’s new look by replacing the traditional black nose cone with a sealed-off fascia.
The kit has also been designed to take into account the shape of the pre-LED previous generation headlamps as well as Autopilot sensors which the company claims can be re-attached to new mounting points.
Extreme weather and sun can make porch maintenance an on-going problem; for a quick update, try long-lasting, easy-to-install PVC decking. Because deck boards should closely approximate outdoor temperature at time of installation, store them outside. C-channel needs 1 ¼-inch overhang; finishing trim needs 1 ¼-inch overhang. Cut deck boards to length with proper overhang for trim. Place tongue of first deck board into groove of deck starter. Using #8x1 ¼-inch screws, fasten deck boards to every joist using pan head screws, fasten securely. Attach trim boards with two 1 1/4-inch weather resistant fasteners at least every 16 inches. Install fasteners no less than ½ inch and no more than 2 inches from edge of trim board.