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Woman transforms Tesla Model X into futuristic spaceship-like vehicle

It looks tremendous, doesn't it?
  • A Tesla owner in Japan ‘revolutionized’ her car’s interior
  • The Model X in question now features spectacular neon lights
  • The aftermarket neon lights also change color

Published on Mar 11, 2024 at 9:13PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Mar 12, 2024 at 4:04PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray

A Tesla owner in Japan turned her own Tesla Model X into a futuristic, spaceship-like vehicle.

She had aftermarket neon lights fitted everywhere in the cabin, and the result looks pretty special.

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Tesla is and always has been a rather hype-friendly brand, probably because Musk is such a controversial public figure.

Tesla vehicles sell like hot cakes, with the Model Y the best-selling car in the world last year, as Musk predicted but Tesla-branded cars are still received with mixed feelings.

Among other things, Elon Musk’s car company often receives criticism for the relatively sober and featureless interior its cars offer.

Some think the cabin of Tesla vehicles are a bit too bland, especially when it comes to more expensive offerings such as the Model X or the Model S, or even the Cybertruck.

Mind you, that’s certainly not something we can say about this particular Tesla Model X.

The Model X has been around for a while and, in its latest iteration, it features the traditional iPad-style infotainment screen laid out horizontally rather than vertically.

The owner in question, who goes by Mieisgood on X, applied neon lights just about anywhere in the cabin, from the headliner to the seats, dashboard and center console.

Furthermore, these are ‘living’ lights, as in they change color.

In the clip, we can see how they go from purple to blue and green to red.

It’s pretty spectacular, to be fair.

The only question that remains is, how much did that cost?

The answer is, probably less than we’d think.

Even though this is definitely a job well done, these lights look like simple aftermarket lights.

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