How to improve storage in your Tesla

When it comes to storage, Tesla has a remarkable amount of space in its vehicles. After all, it has a trunk and a frunk. And because the battery pack is placed under the floorpan of the vehicle, it doesn't need an unsightly transmission "hump" — which hampers the interior space in a gas-powered vehicle. However, although there is copious space inside your Tesla, the design language is one of modern minimalism. That's cool, but, at times... after owning a Tesla, you may feel the need to find some helpful storage solutions to better organize your stuff.

Above: Significant storage capacity in trunk (Image: InsideEVs)

Why? We live in our cars. For many it's our home outside of our house. And often, you might have to wait a bit at a supercharger and choose to do some work inside the passenger cabin. However, Tesla doesn't always include enough places, pockets, hooks, or compartments for essential storage. Often, your stuff will find it's way onto the floor which looks (and feels) a bit cluttered and messy. Scroll below to check out some solutions you might find helpful.

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Trunk Area

Teslas have plenty of storage in the trunk. However, a really handy feature is extra storage in the "cargo well" hidden under the floor of the trunk. But the cargo well is just a recessed, open space — it doesn't have partitions to help consolidate certain items and keep the area neat and organized. Our popular Trunk Organizers do the trick. 

Above: Trunk Organizer

Front Seat Area

Let's start with the the front seat area. For Model 3 owners, if you loan out your car to a valet or friend, they'll need to put the Model 3 card in a very specific area (near the cup holders) — where it often slides off and gets lost.  So we've developed some great "guard rails" to position/place the Model 3 key card, it's call CardRails.

Above: CardRails for the Tesla Model 3

What about products for Model S and X owners? Underneath the touchscreen display is a shelf (often called the cubby) and it's a great spot for sunglasses, wallet, keys, and other valuables. But, you want those personal items concealed — so we designed the Cubby Compartment. Also, for newer Teslas we have a handy console storage shelf, and, for those earlier Teslas that don't have console (at all), we designed our most popular product ever, the must-have Center Console Insert.

Above: Center Console Insert and Cubby Compartment (Image: CleanTechnica)

Back Seat Area

What about the back seat area? One thing missing is coat hooks. If you want to hang a coat or sport jacket, we've got our popular coat hooks to do the job for both the Model S and Model X. Also, when Tesla entered the market in China, they tried to create "executive seating" for back seat Model S passengers. However, they discontinued that option after a short trial period. Many owners throughout the world wanted that "executive" experience in the back seats, so we created a rear console in order to accommodate extra storage, cupholders, and an armrest. 

Above: Rear Console

Because we love the design aesthetic of the interior so much — we felt it was mission-critical to develop and carry products to help keep the interior neat, organized, and more functional for both the driver and the passengers. These accessories will upgrade your interior and make your Tesla ownership experience a bit more enjoyable inside the car. Besides, when you love your Tesla as much as we do, these storage solutions will help you keep your car clean, neat, and organized. 

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