The company's R-Zentric line of products now includes an option that adds new 255-millimeter-wide tires in front and 295-millimeter-wide earth grabbers in back. Overall, the already-quite-wide Tesla would widen its track by about 40 millimeters, or by about an inch and a half.
Revozport is also featuring carbon composite front splitters, side skirts, fender flares and trunk spoilers among its products, which the company says is far more about "go" than any type of "show." The company, which has also worked with McLaren, Lamborghini and Nissan on its sportier iterations, is customizing its products for the Model S's P85D variant, which delivers about 700 horsepower and can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in a hair over three seconds. The company adds that it will offer a rear entertainment console that will include an iPad mini. The main challenge might be making sure it stays in place when the upgraded car shoots around a corner.