This Might Be The World's Most Expensive Tesla Model S [VIDEO]
Mar 17, 2014 11:20
T Sportline's Tesla may just be the world's most expensive Model S. Built by T Sportline and AI&ED's Autosound, it has a final price of $205,820, more than double that of the base MSRP of the 85kWh Model S Performance at $85,900.
Check out the mods added to the T Sportline's Model S in the video below:
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