Tesla Model Y: stunning lowered electric SUV by Unplugged Performance

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Unplugged Performance took delivery of an early Tesla Model Y and they quickly installed their popular lowering spring… and it looks stunning.

Tesla has just started delivering the Model Y and some accessory makers and tuners already got their hands on the electric SUV and started releasing parts and accessories.

Jeda already released its Model Y USB hub, which is built on its very popular Model 3 USB hub to connect a drive for Sentry Mode and TeslaCam.

Now Unplugged Performance, one of the most popular Tesla tuners, got its own Model Y and they quickly adapted their lowering spring kit for the electric SUV:

“We have developed the ultimate lowering springs for Tesla Model Y. Our proprietary Dual-Rate Linear technology delivers the best performance in terms of handling, comfort, aerodynamics and of course sporty looks! Our first release – Moderate Springs provide sports car handling, a lower stance and increased range all without sacrifice to daily comfort.”

It not only handles better but it also looks incredible:

Unplugged Performance already sold thousands of lowering kits for the Model 3 and now it is leveraging that experience for the Model Y.

They are selling the Dual-Rate Linear spring kit for $385.

Electrek’s Take

I understand that many people prefer the Model Y over the Model 3 for the higher ground-clearance and this spring kit defies that purpose.

However, there are also many people who don’t care that much about ground-clearance and those people could benefit from better handling, aerodynamic performance, and personally, I think it looks awesome.

Unplugged also plans an option in between called “mild springs”:

“Our upcoming second release – Mild Springs provide a comfort-focused ride for those who want a more luxurious ride without reducing ground clearance for off-road use.”

That might be the best of both worlds.

What do you think? Let us know in the comment section below.

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