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  • Jan 6, 2014
Need a little something extra for your Tesla Model S? Robert Strohmeyer and EV Autosalon have you covered. The item is a thin rear spoiler, and it only costs $1,200.

Strohmeyer sent AutoblogGreen an email about his new aftermarket parts company focusing on full EVs and plug-in hybrids. "Naturally," he wrote, "I started with the Tesla Model S" and the spoiler is the first product he's offering. EV Autosalon claims the very first of its EVA fiberglass spoilers was shipped last week and that more will go out next week.

A few things to note. The spoiler – available in both fiberglass and carbon fiber - comes unpainted "so that [it] can be painted and installed by your local body shop of choice to match your Model S perfectly." The spoiler is meant to be attached to your Model S with 3M industrial strength body molding tape and will come with templates so that you can line up the spoiler with the edges of the trunk - you don't want this one to get put on crooked.

The $1,200 price tag is for the matte or glossy carbon fiber spoilers. The fiberglass version will set you back $600, well below the cost of the official carbon fiber rear spoiler for the Tesla Roadster ($1,700). If you want an official rear spoiler for the Model S, you need to order it when you order the car (there is currently no option to buy one in the accessories section of company website), and Tesla will only put it on the $85,900 85-kWh Performance model. Tesla says the official spoiler will, "improve high speed stability" and will "reduce lift at the car's rear by 7721">Tesla Motors Club like the look of it. Do you?


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      SloopJohnB
      • 11 Months Ago
      $1200? It will get ripped off faster than a silverado tailgate.
      Abhinav
      • 11 Months Ago
      "reduce lift at the car's rear by 77% at highway speeds" Nice marketing gimmick, good thing I'm an engineering student. Tell me who takes a corner at 70 mph unless they are in the Le Mans or F1 races? Down force is for keeping the car planted on the ground for cornering, unless you are in an f1 car, at 200 mph, down force is to stop the car from flying to the Moon. Car weighs more than 4,000 lbs too. What's the point of this? To make those oh-so-holy Tesla S drivers think they are even better than everyone? As a Bay Area resident, I have realized in terms of snobbery, Tesla S owners have replaced BMW and Mercedes.
        Camaroman101
        • 11 Months Ago
        @Abhinav
        You don't really need to be an engineering student to tell its a gimmick. It's obviously there just for an appearance piece.
        kontroll
        • 11 Months Ago
        @Abhinav
        So in your "modest" opinion, prancing around the SF area (or anywhere else) with your prerequisite BMW or MB cars du jour is not snobbery?
      Autoblogist
      • 11 Months Ago
      This is news?
        Brad
        • 11 Months Ago
        @Autoblogist
        I thought the same thing. Replace Tesla with any other vehicle and this is simply forum speak.
      Rotation
      • 11 Months Ago
      Wow, a heck of a lot better paint job on that spoiler than the Tesla. Maybe the spoiler was polished?
      Technoir
      • 11 Months Ago
      It's okay, at least it's more or less tastefully executed. A bit expensive though. $500 max for the carbon fiber one.
        jonnybimmer
        • 11 Months Ago
        @Technoir
        To be fair, if it were German it would have cost a lot more.
        m_2012
        • 11 Months Ago
        @Technoir
        What does a carbon fiber spoiler cost for a 7 series? Or Audi?
      SteveG
      • 11 Months Ago
      All spoilers should cost this much or more. We could use taxes to finally rid us of ricers and others who abuse good taste and common sense with their vehicle modifications.
      Scooter
      • 11 Months Ago
      Sounds about right. A carbon wing for my car is also about $1200.
      m_2012
      • 11 Months Ago
      not a chance.
      Gator
      • 11 Months Ago
      LOL, all I have to say.
      BillyM67
      • 11 Months Ago
      Wow, that's ugly....from the photos it makes the rear end look like a Dodge Dart.
      Technoir
      • 11 Months Ago
      How about someone design and produce some true aerodynamic wheels for the Tesla? The turbine wheels cause a huge amount of air drag actually.
      kontroll
      • 11 Months Ago
      why, did you lose one?
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