Tesla come fairly well equiped, but they still need a few accessories. Some are specific to the Model 3, Model X, and Model S, some are specific to Tesla, and some are accessories that any other car could also benefit from.
Tesla has an online shop where you can find their most popular accessories but there are also a few well-known websites where you can find custom and quality aftermarket interior and exterior accessories for your Tesla such as consoles, screen protectors, floor mats, lighting/sound upgrades, car covers, and more.
Some of the more popular Tesla accessories include:
- Interior: floor mats, frunk/trunk lifts, seat covers/protectors, consoles, sunshades, hooks, lightning upgraes, pedal covers, pet covers, trunk organizers, frunk coolers, window control covers, and door control covers.
- Exterior: car covers, eco hitch, puddle lights, rim protectors, lug nuts and covers, valve stem caps, vinyl T accents, licence plate mounts, spoliers, camera covers, appliqués, chrome delete kits, charging adapters/accessories.
Blog posts related to Accessories
If you’ve just got delivery of your Model 3 and are looking for some of the best accessories to consider buying, you’ve reached the right place. Also, congratulations on your new Model 3! The following are products that we recommend because we really like them.
Past Tesletter articles
Thank andy2na for this list to help you make decisions when designing your Tesla. If you’re still waiting, hopefully you’ll need this soon!
See Google DocFrom issue #15
There’s been a lot of controversy about if these door seals reduce the road noise or not. LivingTesla has ran an experiment and posted the results for all us to know. Spoiler alert: while it reduces the difference in volume it isn’t that noticeable, but they make a nicer sound when closing the doors :)#67
We recently have been in a couple of small accidents and scratched our rims, so we have decided to buy these bands to hide the damange and protect our rims from more curb rush. If you are interested you can find them on Evannex, use our discount code «tesla tesletter» to get $10 off when you order them. They are available for the Model S, Model 3, and Model X.#68
You probably remember a video that we featured a couple of weeks ago in which TeslaRaj poured 5 gallons of water into his trunk to test some new mats. If you’re new to Tesletter, or just want to watch it again, here is the video. After watching this video (and many others), we decided to reach out to Vincent, and he agreed on sponsoring this week’s giveaway (thanks Vincent 🙏). If you are in the market for new all-weather interior mats, especially now that rain/snow is coming, check out the floor mats by Tesmanian.
As usual, check out our pinned tweet to participate. And good luck!
We’re starting the month giving away a SnapPlate for your Model 3. Easy to install and remove and Autopilot-safe, thank you SnapPlate for partnering with us! Check out pinned tweet to participate. We’ll announce the winners next Wednesday. Good luck!#84
Trevor from Tesla Owners Online shows how to install the installation of Torklift Central EcoHitch in his Model 3. As Trevor said, the car was designed to have a hitch. I just want to add that you should inform yourself before deciding to install a tow hitch since Tesla says in the manual to not do it. Good job Trevor!
Vanessa decided to try out Amazon Echo Auto. Amazon Echo Auto is the incarnation of their smart assistant - Alexa - in your car. To demo it, she picked a few useful skills and designed a useful routine as well. Watch the video and subscribe to our channel if you haven’t done it yet.
The famous artsci is back, this time lighting up the back of his Model 3 as he previously did with his Model S. You can find the WIP here.#48
Tesla has released their all-weather floor liners manufactured by Weathertech. It is interesting that these mats are 100% recyclable and free of cadmium, lead, latex, and PVC. If you don’t have all-weather floor mats for your Model 3 yet, these are probably a good option.#72
We recently bought these set of mats for the trunk and we’re so happy with the purchase. They seem to come directly from Weathertech (the company that manufactures them for Tesla) and they cost only $135 (they cost $200 if you buy them on the Tesla website). As you can see they look legit and they fit perfectly. If you are in the market for some all-weather mats now that winter is coming, these are great ones.
If you have a Model 3 you probably have heard about TeslaBros - if you haven’t, don’t worry, that’s why Tesletter exists 😉. Well, this week they just released their new doorhandle and door sill wrap. We follow TeslaBros on Twitter and can tell you that they have been working on their wrap for the door handle for weeks! These guys are really OCD and they haven’t stopped until they got what - at least looks like - the perfect wrap for the Model 3 handles.
We’ve contacted TeslaBros and got a discount coupon for our subscribers, enjoy!
- Coupon: TesletterHandlesIt
- Discount: 20% discount in the door handle and the door sill wraps
- Valid until: May 28th.
Note: Tesletter is making no money whatsoever from this product.
Even if you aren’t looking for new mats, don’t miss out on watching how TeslaRaj pours five galons of water in his trunk 🤣 These mats by Teslamian are designed by Vincent and seem like a good option if you are in the market for all-weather floor mats.
Thanks Raj for rocking our My Car Updates t-shirt.#78
Participate in our June contest! You only need to be a subscriber and RT this tweet. Last month we gave away one of our amazing t-shirts, congratulations @BillKohl4. This month we’ve partnered with Abstract Ocean and you can win an amazing pair of puddle lights. Good luck!From issue #64