Black Friday: The time for Tesla accessories is now, before the holiday rush [Video]
Waiting until the last minute for your holiday shopping can be frantic and unsettling. It's like a last-minute fire drill. Sure, if you're a Tesla owner, you're probably ahead of the curve. A friendly reminder though — it might be worthwhile to start your holiday Tesla shopping today. It is, after all, Black Friday. To that end, here's some advice on what's popular for Tesla owners during the holidays.
Above: As deliveries ramp up in the fourth quarter, Elon Musk and the Tesla team prep for the holiday rush (Reddit: taure)
It turns out that Alex Guberman, a Tesla owner who's built his own virtual EV empire, released a Model 3 gift guide featuring our products (thank you Alex!). With thousands following him, Alex runs two Facebook groups, Tesla Model S Owners Club and Tesla Model 3 Owners Club, and his own E for Electric youtube channel. His top five Model 3 gifts (view below) are: the Model 3 car cover, trunk organizer, performance pedal covers, all-weather floor mats, and interior vinyl kit.
Above: Alex Guberman'a top five Tesla Model 3 gifts (Youtube: E for Electric)
And, don't forget — there's some fun stocking stuffers like our Card Rails, Glasses Clip, or even a T-shirt to show your "frunktastic" Tesla pride. Want to pay tribute to the real-life Iron Man? Try the ultimate fanboy air freshener, Elon's Musk.
Also, be sure to protect your Tesla. Check out our screen protectors to keep your touchscreen free from fingerprints, smudges, scratches and UV rays. Keep your steering wheel, seats, and interior cool with custom-designed Tesla sunshades. Avoid scrapes, scuffs, and a bad case of "curb rash" with wheel bands. And, when parked outside, be sure your Tesla is well-protected against the elements with our car cover.
So now that you've (hopefully) digested your Thanksgiving feast, don't forget that the holidays are fast-approaching. Be sure to check out the best Black Friday deals on Tesla accessories before the most popular products go, grrrr, out of stock.