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A custom Tesla Model X with a Bentley’s interior goes on sale for $180,000

The interior of Tesla’s vehicles often comes up as a weak link for the company – especially for people coming from other luxury brands.

A few custom tuners have taken this as an opportunity to offer modifications, like a Model S modified with a BMW’s interior. Now we get to see a Model X with an interior inspired by Bentley’s.

Tesla tuner TSportline put the vehicle for sale on eBay for $180,000.

The company’s customization of the all-electric SUV comes at a hefty premium since we are talking about a P90D with Ludicrous mode, which had a sticker price of $144,000.

But TSportline claims over $60,000 in modifications, including 22″ forged wheels, a Rockford Fosgate sound system, and much more, but as previously mentioned, the main upgrade is the Bentley Red leather interior.

Here’s a gallery:

TSportline described the interior leather modifications, which it values at $25,000 alone:

“Reupholstered Lower Dash, Center Console, Armrests, Door Panels with Signature Diamond stitching, Front Seats in perforated leather with Signature Diamond Stitching, Second Row in perforated leather with Signature Diamond Stitching, Third Row with perforated leather and Signature Diamond Stitching.”

The company is selling another Model X on eBay, but it features a lot less drastic modifications than this one.

It’s interesting to see those Tesla-specialized tuners coming up. I would expect to see much more of them soon with the upcoming launch of the Model 3. If Tesla is successful in delivering the 400,000+ Model 3 in its backlog, there will be so many of them on the road that people will look for ways to make theirs look unique.

More pictures of the Model X with Bentley red interior:

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